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Congratulations to our 2017 Cascade Symphony Scholarship Winners! The Morie Simon Scholarship in the amount of $3,000 has been awarded to Juliana Bushnell (top left), from the Edmonds School district. A Robert Anderson Scholarship of $2,000 has been awarded … Continue reading
“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
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
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
George Steward, Principal Trumpet for Cascade Symphony, will be performing three major trumpet concertos this year. Read more in the Everett Herald. http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20151002/ENT/151009954
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
By Claire Rootjes CSO Board of Directors I support Cascade Symphony Orchestra because it has been a part of my family for three generations. My grandmother, Alice Dawson, was integral to Cascade Symphony’s beginnings in 1963, and she served in various roles … Continue reading
By Scott Higbee Trombone When I was pretty small, the guy that wound up marrying my sister made quite an impression on me, so when it came time to choose an instrument, I said, “I want to play what he … Continue reading