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
Young Artist Competition Winners
Brahms | Requiem
Featuring the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers and guest soloists
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.
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Thank you to Washington River Protection Solutions for sponsoring the 2019 Mid-Columbia Arts Fundraiser.
Thank you to the Tri-City Herald for participating in the Mid-Columbia Symphony as an in-kind sponsor.
Thank you to Ebony & Ivory Pianos for sponsoring the Symphony’s 2019 Young Artist Competition.