The Northwest Symphony Orchestra -- 28th Season
The Northwest Symphony Orchestra presents its 2014 - 2015 season with a “Family Concert”. The program begins with Richard Wagner's Prelude to Act III from Logengrin, followed by the Holy City from northwest composer Alan Hovhaness and featuring National Trumpet Competition winner 15 year old soloist Natalie Dungey. The concert concludes with the Planets by Gustav Holst with choirs from the Highline School Distrtict and videography from local photographer Andy Ermolli.
“This is a great concert for the entire family. The Planets is one of the most popular pieces of classical music, alongside the orchestral performance, will be a high definition footage of the Planets taken from the Space Hubble, as well as astrophotography by local photographer Andy Ermolli. The concert will also feature young local trumpeter sensation, Natalie Dungey- a concert not to be missed.”
- NWSO Conductor Anthony Spain
Under NWSO's Educational Outreach Symphony for Students program, students receive free tickets to performances at the Highline Performing Arts Center, Burien, Washington. Please see Symphony for Students Program for more information.
About the nwso
The mission of the Northwest Symphony Orchestra (NWSO) is to be the premier orchestra in performance and promotion of music by contemporary northwest composers while also performing, promoting, and educating the public about the full spectrum of classical music. The NWSO completed it's 2011 - 2012 season by celebrating 25 Years and reaching the milestone of performing 125 works by northwest composers and garnering its 8th ASCAP award. The NWSO is generously underwritten by the National Endowment for the Arts. The NWSO's Composer-In-Residence, Mentoring, and Symphony for Students programs provide educational enrichment to the Highline School District and the surrounding communities. These programs have proven to be highly successful, and our musicians have made positive impacts on program participants, from being role models to exposing audiences to classical music. Some of today’s young players will become professional musicians, but almost all of them will become part of an educated classical music audience.
The Northwest Symphony Orchestra is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, 4Culture, Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, KING FM 98.1, City of Normandy Park, City of SeaTac, City of Burien, Washington States Arts Commission.
Northwest Symphony Orchestra is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) arts organization dedicated to providing outstanding performances and music education to Seattle and Tacoma area communities.