We believe most strongly that each generation must preserve its cultural heritage and pass that heritage on to future generations.
Skagit Symphony sponsors several programs oriented towards bringing classical music to young people as well as providing opportunities for young musicians to perform in concerts. The School Concerts are provided at no cost to the schools. Tickets for the Family Concert are reduced to $10 for adults and are free for two children accompanying a ticket-holding adult.
For information about the 2013 Concerts, click here.
For information about the Sunday, January 27, 2013 Concert, click here.
College Student Music Program
College students who are studying music may play with the orchestra in Skagit Symphony concerts upon obtaining the Music Director’s approval. The Symphony encourages collegiate members to perform either for one concert or for a season. College student players can sometimes receive academic credit for their participation.
Young musicians with talent are often invited to become soloists with the Symphony.
College students who are interested in this program should contact Music Director Roupen Shakarian at music@SkagitSymphony.org