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Reserved seating coming in 2018-19 season

In May 2018, when season ticket sales for the 2018-19 season begin, you will be able–for the first time ever–to reserve your favorite seats! You will no longer need to wait in line, hoping to be able to claim those … Continue reading

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May 8th Concert

“Pictures at an Exhibition” will be performed in May. In addition to the title work by Mussorgky, the program includes Marche Slave by Tchaikovsky. Meeka Quan DiLorenzo will be cello soloist in the Haydn C Major Cello Concerto. Marche Slave, … Continue reading

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October 9: Emerald Jubilee Gala Dinner & Auction

          Tickets are no longer available for this event. Celebrate our 55th season of making music with an Emerald Jubilee Gala Dinner and Auction on Sunday, October 9 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Holy Rosary Church in … Continue reading

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Sunday, April 17: CSO Ensemble Concert

Cascade Symphony will showcase small ensembles during the annual Ensemble Concert on Sunday, April 17 at 3 p.m. at Edmonds United Methodist Church. (828 Caspers St. See directions below.) The concert will feature unique and varied solo players and chamber … Continue reading

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Eric Han, cello, will perform Dvorak Cello Concerto March 14

Korean-born Canadian cellist Eric Han will perform Dvorak’s Cello Concerto, Op. 104 in B minor, with the Cascade Symphony Orchestra on March 14, 2016, at 7:30 p.m. Buy Tickets. Han made his concerto debut with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at … Continue reading

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Peter & the Wolf, KING-FM instrument petting zoo at Feb. 20 children’s concert

Peter and the Wolf, by Sergei Prokovief, has introduced orchestral music to generations of children since it was written in 1936. Its endearing characters include the bird (flute), duck (oboe), Grandfather (bassoon), Peter (strings) and Wolf (French horns). Dave Dolacky … Continue reading

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CSO welcomes guest conductor Robert Collins

The Cascade Symphony Orchestra welcomes Robert D. Collins to the stage in December and January to conduct while Music Director/Conductor Michael Miropolsky is on a brief hiatus from the podium. Robert D. Collins has conducted a variety of ensembles including symphony, … Continue reading

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Business Alliance launches with 51 charter members

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Cascade Symphony Business Alliance. So far this year, 51 businesses have joined as charter members. The Alliance is designed as a way for businesses to show their support for the Edmonds-based … Continue reading

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Symphony recognizes four college-bound seniors with scholarships

The Cascade Symphony Orchestra awarded four music scholarships to outstanding young musicians at the final concert of its 53rd season on May 11. Nayeon and Najung Kim, sisters and flutists from Kamiak High School, were each awarded a $2,000 Robert … Continue reading

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Kimberly Giordano, soprano, to perform Strauss May 9

The May concert is sponsored by the CSO Business Alliance. Thank you! Lauded for her “polished,” “sterling” and “honest performance” (Seattle Times), soprano Kimberly Giordano delights audiences with her shimmering blend of elegance and emotion. She will perform Strauss’ Four … Continue reading

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