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

We Complete Our Tenth Season!

Bayshore Symphony's 10th Season is complete, and we plan to announce the dates for our 11th season very soon. In the meantime: we will have a music-reading rehearsal on Monday, July 21, at 7:00 p.m., in the sanctuary of Central Lutheran Church, 925 N. Forest St., Bellingham. If you would like to grab your instrument, especially violins and violas and basses, and come by for a fun evening of playing with a group, we would love to see you there. No audition, no pressure to join, just you and us and the music.

Travis Sipher

Seattle native Travis Sipher earned his Bachelor of Arts in Music and teaching certificate from Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA. Travis then moved to Oregon where he taught orchestra and band programs at the elementary, middle, and high school levels in Pendleton and Eugene. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Travis served as assistant principal cellist in the Oregon East Symphony, performed with the Walla Walla Symphony, and was assistant conductor for the Eugene Community Orchestra. Travis is now running the band and orchestra programs at Kulshan Middle School in Bellingham, WA. He has also been director of the North Sound Community Orchestra in Bellingham. He plays cello with Whatcom Symphony and bass with a jazz combo.

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!"






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