Disney in Concert - Magical Music from the Movies
Apr
22
7:00 pm19:00

Disney in Concert - Magical Music from the Movies

  • Town Toyota Center

This unforgettable performance will feature Magical Music from Disney Movies. Derived from some of the most famous movie scores ever – Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins, Aladdin, The Lion King and more – the musical program will explore many of Walt Disney’s stories and characters through memorable melodies. In addition to local instrumental musicians, the show will feature four Broadway caliber vocalists, high-resolution film clips from iconic Disney movies and a narrative presented by the singers and conductor. Kids of all ages are encouraged to dress up like their favorite Disney characters!

Professional guest vocalists performing in DISNEY IN CONCERT: Magical Music from the Movies, are Juliana Hansen, Whitney Claire Kaufman, Andrew Johnson, and Aaron Phillips.

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Fairy Tales
Feb
25
7:00 pm19:00

Fairy Tales

  • Numerica Performing Arts Center

Pieces by Maurice Ravel and Igor Stravinsky that were inspired by children’s stories will be showcased. Wenatchee-native and professional harpist Ellen Heinicke Foster will join us, performing Joaquín Rodrigo’s beautiful Concierto de Aranjuez. Ravel’s warm Mother Goose Suite and Stravinsky’s popular 1919 Firebird Suite will spotlight the orchestra.

Please attend the Concert Prelude at 6:00 pm in the Numerica Performing Arts Center theatre. The Prelude features Music Director Nikolas Caoile in an entertaining and informative talk about the works being performed.

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Sweetheart Musical Soirée
Feb
11
7:00 pm19:00

Sweetheart Musical Soirée

  • Wenatchee Valley Museum

Celebrate the holiday with friends at the Symphony’s Valentine-themed musical soirée featuring Symphony soloists and ensembles in an intimate setting. In addition to chamber music, this special evening includes wine, premium appetizers and desserts in a lovely decorated setting.

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The Nutcracker
Dec
9
Dec 11

The Nutcracker

  • Numerica Performing Arts Center

The Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra will once again join with the Fabulous Feet Academy of Ballet to present Tchaikovsky’s beloved classic, The Nutcracker. The production will offer something for everyone, with live music from our local orchestra, sets, amazing costumes, precisely trained local dancers of all ages, lighting effects, and aerial performers. This incredibly magical performance is a true delight for the whole family to enjoy.

Director and choreographer Melissa Miller Port along with Tracy Trotter (Nutcracker development, aerial arts director and choreographer) and choreographers Katie Spurbeck, Tacia Medrano-Sabedra and Trisha Miller are proud to stage the production. Symphony music director and conductor Nikolas Caoile will lead the orchestra.

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Song and Dance
Nov
5
7:00 pm19:00

Song and Dance

  • Numerica Performing Arts Center

We will listen to how dance and song influenced orchestral literature, specifically Johannes Brahms’ use of fraternity drinking songs, Giovanni Pergolesi’s famous chiding opera aria and Charles Gounod’s ballet music from his grand opera, Faust. Washington native Stephen Beus will perform one of the most popular concertos in the repertory, Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2. Brahms’ boisterous Academic Festival Overture and Gounod’s expressive Faust: Ballet Music are the featured orchestral works. 2016 Young Musician Competition winner Téa Renee Ning LaFleur will be featured as she sings Stizzoso, mio stizzoso from Pergolesi’s comic opera La serva padrona.

Please attend the Concert Prelude at 6:00 pm in the Numerica Performing Arts Center theatre. The Prelude features Music Director Nikolas Caoile in an entertaining and informative talk about the works being performed.

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Coming to America
Oct
1
7:00 pm19:00

Coming to America

  • Numerica Performing Arts Center

We will explore the music of European-born composers who travelled to America to compose. For Erich Korngold this was a connection to a blossoming film industry and for Antonin Dvořák it was to develop nationalistic sounds in American composers. On the program are Korngold’s light-hearted Theme and Variations, Felix Mendelssohn’s symbolic Symphony No. 5 and Dvořák’s lyrical Cello Concerto in B minor.

Please attend the Concert Prelude at 6:00 pm in the Numerica Performing Arts Center theatre. The Prelude features Music Director Nikolas Caoile in an entertaining and informative talk about the works being performed.

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