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The Northwest's Premier Small Orchestra, Serving the Area from Whatcom to Skagit to Snohomish to Island Counties

Our Eleventh Season 2014-15

Bayshore Symphony celebrates our eleventh season with a change - our new Artistic Director and Conductor, Chip Bergeron. Chip is a familiar figure in the music scene of Skagit and Whatcom counties, and brings a wealth of orchestral experience as a fine cellist in many orchestras. We look forward to wonderful music-making under his baton.

On February 21 and 22, Bayshore Symphony will present cello soloist Nick Strobel who will play the beautiful Kol Nidrei, Adagio for Cello and Orchestra by Max Bruch. Also on the program, you will hear Mozart's Symphony No. 25 in G Minor, Rossini's Overture to 'La Gazza Ladra' and L'Estro Armonico Op. 3, Concerto No. 11 for two violins, cello and strings by Antonio Vivaldi. We look forward to seeing you in Mount Vernon on the 21st or Bellingham on the 22nd.

We are a 501 (C) 3 nonprofit organization, so all contributions to us are completely tax-deductible.

We love hearing from our audience members! Here are a few comments sent to us --- From Bellingham: "Kudos to the Bayshore Symphony for putting on such a fabulous program on Sunday! We were spell-bound by the music and energized for weeks to come by the Bizet. Honestly, it was just breathtaking and we were all so happy to have a reprise. Our friends loved it, too." From Mount Vernon: "Thanks for the swell concert. We should have, and next time, we will for sure bring friends!"


November 2014





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