Enescu | Rumanian Rhapsody No. 1
William Bergsma | Paul Bunyan Suite
DvoŘÁk | Symphony No. 9 “New World”
Gounod | Funeral March
Mussorgsky | Night on Bald Mountain
Selections from Psycho, Harry Potter, Batman and More!
Copland | Letter from Home
Amy Beach | Symphony in E Minor, op. 32, “Gaelic”
Beethoven | Triple Concerto with Kairos:
Carrie Rehkopf Michel, violin | John Michel, cello
Special guest, Stephen Beus, piano
with the Mid-Columbia Youth Symphony
Aaron Jay Kernis | New Era Dance
Franck | Symphony in D Minor
Also featuring Concerti from our 60th Annual 2020 Young Artist Competition Winners:
Hannah Schafer, violin
Sana Schiffern, piano
Brahms | Requiem
Featuring the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers, with guest soloists: Michael Hix, Baritone, and Ingela Onstad, Soprano
RICHLAND HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
930 Long Avenue
Richland, Washington 99352
Phone: (509) 967-6535
(Unless otherwise noted)
For more than 75 years, the Mid-Columbia Symphony has been a cultural resource for the Mid-Columbia region. We produce four to seven concerts annually, contracting with guest artists and collaborating with other regional performing arts organizations. Symphony musicians also perform for community events, including operas, festivals and memorial concerts.
Thank you to Washington River Protection Solutions for sponsoring the 2020 Mid-Columbia Arts Fundraiser as a Double Diamond Title Sponsor!
Thank you to Barnard Griffin for sponsoring the 2020 Mid-Columbia Arts Fundraiser as a Double Gold Sponsor!
Thank you to Ebony & Ivory Pianos for sponsoring the Symphony’s 2020 Young Artist Competition.
Based on the best available information concerning the coronavirus outbreak, we feel it is prudent to postpone the MCAF event scheduled on March 14th. We are devastated to share this news with you as “the show must go on” is in our DNA. However, this situation is evolving rapidly and the safety of our patrons is our utmost priority. While we know this may inconvenience some, we hold the health of our patrons, sponsors, volunteers, staff, and artists in the highest regard.
As a valued member of our MCAF family, you can appreciate the impact of cancellation on our financial health. Nonprofit organizations like ours have no contingency budgets in the case of civil emergencies. We will continually monitor the situation, and when we come to a point that it’s not a threat to our patrons we plan to reschedule. Thank you for appreciating our position.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A 21 AND OVER EVENT!