Rainier Symphony Friends and Families

Friends of Rainier Symphony - Welcome back to an exciting year with us! As I begin my third season with the orchestra, I'm pleased to say this year's concert programs will be full of wonderful music that is sure to entertain both audience and musicians alike. Similar to last season, we'll feature three Classics Concert cycles, one Holiday cycle, and one Pops cycle: all with two concert options in the concert weekends. As a special treat this season, we'll feature our principal oboist, Michael Melnick performing the Vaughan-Williams Oboe Concerto in A minor; and as an added bonus, our Pops concerts will feature Broadway singer Katie Travis performing some of her favorite works from the stage.

This season is filled with truly special pieces that highlight the different timbres, colors, and textures of the orchestral instruments. The many lyrical lines you'll hear through the season draw upon the different voices of our orchestral instruments, and their ability to "sing" without words. Our collaborations this season will include a local women's choir, along with the soloists previously mentioned. Please join us on these concert weekends, and share in the exciting, challenging programs that are in store for the program of our 37th Season's Orchestral Voices.


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