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Go to the top right of our home page to read about our August 24, 2020 Annual Meeting. Topics are: Meeting Agenda; Annual Report; Financial Position; Budget versus Actual; Income and Expense Items; Proposed Budget; Report on Communications...

We’ve added an archived audio recording of child prodigy Lilit Gampel performing with the Mid-Columbia Symphony in 1973 when she was only 13 years old. She performs the Bruch Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in G minor, the same number she performed less than a......

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......

We have expanded this website to include four new features: posted messages (what you’re reading now), archived recordings, playlists, and “Our Video Messages”, a page of messages in video form, from us to you during our forced hiatus from live performances. Each of them appears......

The Mid-Columbia Symphony has recorded its performances for decades, going back to the 1960’s. We are digitizing these recordings to make them available to our patrons while we are unable to perform live. Three of them are on our “recordings archive” page, found under our......

Purchasing tickets or donating to the symphony makes you a member of the Mid-Columbia Symphony Society, the organization that funds the symphony orchestra and its business operations. Members will be invited by email to our annual meeting, which will be held at 6 pm on......

We now have a page on this website for playlists. I posted my own playlist of 25 of my favorite classical pieces, which are listed below in this post. As you can see, I lean heavily toward “light classical”, but I enjoy major symphonies as......

Mid-Columbia Symphony Notes Welcome to our new Mid-Columbia Symphony newsletter. Our goal is to keep you informed about what the Symphony has been up to since COVID-19 abruptly shortened our current and future plans. 2020-21 Season In these difficult times we are working hard to......

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