Lancaster Community Orchestra

Where Live Music Lives

Ryan Reeson
Reeson is an active arranger, with clients that include the Illinois Symphony and the creative team of “The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood.” The “Robin Hood” play has received well over 1,000 performances internationally and was optioned to be adapted into a musical by the publisher Samuel French. In addition to concert works, Reeson composes and orchestrates music for film and other media. He has conducted the Rochester Philharmonic, Riverside Philharmonic and many others.

He has served as an Assistant Conductor for the Chamber Orchestra at St. Matthews, the Southeast Symphony, the Ars Flores Symphony and Meadow Symphony Orchestra. Reeson graduated with honors from the University of Miami Frost School of Music with a degree in Music Composition and holds a Master’s degree in Orchestral Conducting from the Meadows School of the Arts in Dallas, Texas.

He his currently the music director of the Lancaster Community Orchestra and Associate Conductor of the Westlake Village Symphony.
Ryan Reeson is a versatile conductor and composer with a passion for creative collaboration

As a composer, Reeson has had works performed by many ensembles, most notably by the Miami Frost Chorale, 2014 Colorado ACDA choir and members of the Cleveland Orchestra. Ryan's’ choral music has been performed across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.