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Grammy Award-winning Cellist Zuill Bailey Joins Symphony Tacoma for Caught in Love on November 19
CAUGHT IN LOVE Saturday, November 19, 2022 | 7:30 pm Pantages Theater Sarah Ioannides, conductor…
Review: Symphony Tacoma Comes Up Roses
By Rosemary Ponnekanti Some people give you a rose on the first date. But for…
‘Rachmaninoff and Roses’ Opens Symphony Tacoma 2022-2023 Season
We are excited to kick off our 2022-2023 season with a program of works that…
Announcing Our 2022-2023 Season!
Symphony Tacoma’s 76th season will present eight dynamic programs—six classics and two holiday concerts—that will…
Review: A Requiem of Light in Darkness
By Rosemary Ponnekanti Two years after our world plunged into a pandemic, times are still…
Symphony Tacoma Closes Its 75th Anniversary Season with ‘Eternal Light’ and Mozart’s Final Work
Symphony Tacoma will present the final performance of its 75th Anniversary Season with the premiere…
Review: A Prayer on the Mountaintop
Symphony Tacoma’s “Classics V” on April 30 rings with profound meditation, declamation and joy. By…
2021-2022 Season Finale Concert Features an Array of Stunning Classical Works
Symphony Tacoma will close out its 75th Anniversary Classics Series on May 14 with a…
A Concert for Kids: Peter and the Wolf
Symphony Tacoma will once again bring Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf  to the stage as…
REVIEW: Bleeding Pines and a Nature-Filled Fantasia
Pianist Pallavi Mahidhara joins Symphony Tacoma and its chorus to offer both a world premiere…
Symphony Tacoma One of 20 U.S. Orchestras to Receive Catalyst Fund Incubator Grant to Accelerate Organizational Inclusivity
Grantmaking program reimagines orchestras as laboratories for the field, developing strategies and utilizing a peer-focused…
Classics V Tells Stories of Struggle and Inspiration
Classics V: From the Mountaintop to the River includes three compositions that tell stories of…
Classics IV Celebrates Piano and Chorus with Works by Beethoven and a World Premiere by David Ludwig
Symphony Tacoma’s March performance presents works that celebrate piano and chorus by composers David Ludwig…
REVIEW: Power and Finesse – An Epic Concert with Symphony Tacoma
By John Falskow, Ph.D It was a thrill to attend a live concert and hear…
Symphony Tacoma is to Receive a $50,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
We are pleased to announce that we have been approved to receive a $50,000 grant…
Celebrate Classical Influences from Bohemia in Classics III
Symphony Tacoma looks to Eastern Europe and expressions of love for its third of six…
Symphony Tacoma Rings in the Season with Songs from Favorite Holiday Shows + Handel’s Messiah
Continuing its 75th Anniversary season, Symphony Tacoma will present two festive holiday concerts in December.…
REVIEW: Together in Music
Symphony Tacoma and enthusiastic audience partner for the first concert together in-person since Covid-19. By…
‘Lush European Classics’ Comprise Symphony Tacoma’s November Performance
Symphony Tacoma continues its 75th Anniversary Celebration with its second of six classics concerts on…
Opening Night! Symphony Tacoma Welcomes Pianist Charlie Albright to Open 75th Anniversary Season
Symphony Tacoma will open its 75th Anniversary Season on Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 7:30…
Eternal Light: A Community Project for Local Youth
CALLING ALL TEENS, TWEENS AND TWEENS-TO-BE!   To participate, choose one or more of the…
COVID-19 Safety Protocols for 2021-2022 Season
UPDATED October 14, 2022 Symphony Tacoma is committed to providing a safe and healthy concert…
Announcing Our Diamond Anniversary Season!
Symphony Tacoma is thrilled to return to live performance in time to celebrate the legacy…
Help Us Illustrate ‘Kitty’s Big Adventure’ Concert
COLOR PICTURES OF KITTY'S STORY FOR OUR UPCOMING VIDEO! On May 9, Symphony Tacoma will…
REVIEW: Ten Minutes of Eternal Light
By Rosemary Ponnekanti A clarinet melody. Staccato octaves on electric piano. Drawings. Poetry. Children. If…
Symphony Tacoma Partners with Local Youth to Orchestrate Songs of Hope
Symphony Tacoma will present a “musical collage” of original works by local students in a…
Staying Connected: 2020 Saturday Night Live Chats
Join us on Facebook as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Maestra Sarah Ioannides hosts members…
Symphony Tacoma Begins 2020 Season with Three Series of Virtual Music Programs
Tacoma, WA—Symphony Tacoma will transition from stage to screen to begin its 74th season this…
Symphony Magazine: It’s About Time
Great Article in Symphony Magazine's Summer Issue about women composers, including our own Maestra Sarah…
Symphony Tacoma Voices Releases Virtual Choir Production in Support of Racial Justice
  In support of the League of American Orchestras’ Statement on Racial Injustice and the…
Celebrating Our Longest Serving Musicians
We are grateful for the dedication, commitment, and talent of all of our musicians, but…
Symphony Tacoma Partners with Meludia to Continue Music Education for Students During Covid-19
Symphony Tacoma has entered into a partnership with Meludia, a French music education company, to…
Important Information Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Public Health Alert
2022 UPDATE: Symphony Tacoma is committed to providing a safe and healthy concert environment for…
Live Chat with Executive Director Karina Bharne
Executive Director Karina Bharne joins Orchestra Careers on Instagram for a discussion about the impact…
Join our VIRTUAL Classroom for Mini Maestros: Peter and the Wolf!
Hi Kids & Parents! We are so disappointed that we won't be able to perform…
An Interview with “Composer in the Community” David Ludwig
For our 2019-2020 season, we are honored to welcome David Ludwig as our Composer in…
REVIEW: The Musical Melding of Genres Through Masterful Expression, Cohesion, and Reconciliation
Review of 'Beethoven's Eroica and His Electric Universe' Concert, February 22, 2020 Submitted by Amanda…
Symphony Tacoma to Perform Beethoven’s “Eroica” Along with Two U.S. Premieres
Symphony Tacoma is marking the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth by performing three of his…
Symphony Tacoma to Receive a $10,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
Symphony Tacoma has been approved for a $10,000 Art Works grant to support its Composer…
REVIEW: Profound Artistry with George Li and Symphony Tacoma
By John Falskow Interim Dean – Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Tacoma Community College Saturday’s…
Just in Time for the Holidays: Purchase a Symphony Tri-Pack
SURPRISE YOUR LOVED ONES WITH AN EXPERIENCE YOU CAN ENJOY TOGETHER! The SYMPHONY TRI-PACK lets…
Symphony Tacoma Rings in the Season with Songs from Favorite Holiday Movies + Handel’s Messiah
The holidays are coming and Symphony Tacoma will present two concerts to celebrate the season.…
Symphony Tacoma’s Karina Bharne One of Only Twelve Orchestra Professionals Nationwide Selected for League of American Orchestras’ Emerging Leaders Program
Symphony Tacoma Executive Director Karina Bharne is one of only twelve orchestra professionals participating in…
REVIEW: Symphony Tacoma’s Romeo and Juliet Collaboration = Big Win for Community
By John Falskow Interim Dean - Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Tacoma Community College On…
Symphony Tacoma Welcomes Pianist George Li to Perform Rachmaninoff’s Concerto No. 3
Symphony Tacoma and George Li will take on one of the most technically-challenging piano concertos…
From Suburban Times: Westside Story – 3 Note Charlie
Check out this nice tribute to Charlie Albright, our season finale guest soloist, by Suburban…
Symphony Tacoma Recognizes Four Former Board Members as Directors Emeriti
In 2018, the Symphony Tacoma Board instituted the distinction of Director Emeritus to recognize former…
Symphony Tacoma Opens 73rd Season with an Original Production of ‘Romeo and Juliet’
Symphony Tacoma will open its 2019-2020 season on Saturday, October 19 at the Pantages Theater…
Mini Maestros Children’s Concert Series Returns January 12, 2020
Symphony Tacoma is pleased to announce the schedule for its 2020 Mini Maestros program designed…
Symphony Tacoma Announces 2019-2020 Season Presented by MultiCare
Symphony Tacoma’s 73rd season will present eight dynamic programs—six classics and two holiday concerts—that span…