Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
Slava! (A Political Overture)
Symphony #1 (“Jeremiah”)
with Clara Osowski, mezzo-soprano
Puccini | Excerpts from Tosca
Nino Rota | Suite from La Dolce Vita
Respighi | Pines of Rome
with guest soloists and the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers
Justin Raffa, guest conductor
Britten | Welcome Ode
Boulanger | D’un matin de printemps
Haydn | Symphony No. 104 (“London”)
with soprano Molly Holleran
and the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers Youth Choirs
Adrienne Shields, guest conductor
Adams | Short Ride in a Fast Machine
Brahms | Symphony No. 4
Young Artists soloists
Shostakovich | Symphony No. 7 (“Leningrad”)
For more than 74 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.