The Organization

Executive & Administrative Staff

Dr. Nicholas L. Wallin, MCS Music Director and Conductor
Adrienne Fletcher-Shields, MCYS Music Director and MCS Assistant Conductor
Katie Crenshaw, Business Manager

Board Of Directors

The Mid-Columbia Symphony Board of Directors is responsible for the financial and legal aspects of the Symphony. Board activities include including selecting a conductor, approving concert programs, obtaining revenue to sustain the Symphony, supporting a Young Artist Competition, employing staff, and overseeing marketing and publicity.

Board Officers

Boyce Burdick, President
Lynda True, Vice President
Phillip Townsend, Treasurer

Open, Secretary

Trustees

Scott Ashby
Jo Brodzinski
Gavin Spurr, Orchestra President
Adella Hammerstrom, Orchestra Vice President

If you are interested in sitting on our board, please complete the application and submit to our office via email, mail, or in person.

Operating Budget

Production costs for each classical concert range from $25,000 to $35,000. The Symphony’s budget for the 2017-2018 season was $263,000. Approximately 1/3 of that income is earned through tickets sales. The remainder is provided through the generosity of Mid-Columbia businesses and individuals, with additional support from Pacific Northwest grant organizations. In addition, many thousands of dollars are saved through donations of labor, services, and items.

Please contact the Symphony office at (509) 943-6602 or by using the form on our Contact page to get the latest annual report.

See past annual reports here:

2017-2018 Season
2016-2017 Season
2015-2016 Season

Purchase Tickets

Online: ARTS-PEOPLE.COM
In Person: Symphony Office 1177 Jadwin, Ste. 103, Richland
Phone: 509.943.6602
Season Tickets

(Five Concerts)
Conductor’s Circle – $250
Gold Seating – $175
Silver Seating – $130
Student Silver Seating – $80
Bronze Seating – $40

Individual Tickets

Conductor’s Circle – $56
Gold Seating – $40
Silver Seating – $28
Student Silver Seating – $16
Bronze Seating – $10

**All concerts include a $1/ticket donation towards the building of a regional Performing Arts Center. You may opt out of this donation if you so choose.