Dr. Nicholas L. Wallin, MCS Music Director and Conductor
Adrienne Fletcher, MCYO Music Director and MCS Assistant Conductor
**Katie Crenshaw, Business Manager
**We are sad to announce that our business manager, Katie Crenshaw, has taken a full-time position elsewhere. Katie has been an invaluable resource and passionate supporter of our symphony, and we wish her the very best in her new position. Consequently, we need to hire a new business manager as soon as possible. Perhaps you can help. Do you know someone with office/business management skills and who might have an interest in our position? If so, please contact the symphony office or a board member. The primary skills needed for this position are basic accounting, organization and communication, familiarity with QuickBooks is a definite plus. As soon as possible, we will also put out a job posting with a more complete description of duties on Indeed.com. Thank you!
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.
Phillip Townsend, President
(open position), Vice President
Boyce Burdick, Treasurer
(open position), Secretary
Marella McGreal, Interim Orchestra President
Adella Hammerstrom, Orchestra Vice President
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 1/4 of that income is earned through tickets sales. During the abbreviated 2019-2020 season, only 8% of our income was from ticket sales. The remainder was 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. Thank You to all our generous donors!
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: