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Stories from Home Video Series with Yakima Symphony Orchestra

9/19/2020 - 11/14/2020

Event submitted by: Yakima Symphony Orchestra

Location: Yakima

32 N 3rd St #333, Yakima, WA 98901

From Home  is a special video series curated by the Yakima Symphony Orchestra. Music From Home features performance and education spots created by YSO musicians. In Stories From Home, Maestro Lawrence Golan interviews YSO musicians who talk about favorite YSO performances and the upcoming season, share fun facts and perform short music selections. Thank you to  Valley Mall  for their presentation of this wonderful series! Previously-posted From Home episodes are readily viewable on our  Video Collection  page.   

We hope you will join us on Saturday, September 19 at 7:30pm
for a very special, real-time virtual event:
 

YSO Roundtable: Readying for The Rite 

 


Stravinsky's Rite of Spring is among the most challenging works in standard orchestral literature,
and one of the most memorable to perform for orchestra musicians.

Join 
Maestro Lawrence Golan  and a panel of YSO musicians
for an inside look at the daunting process of preparing a performance of this iconic masterwork,
which the YSO presented in concert in November of 2013. 

 

YSO Musician Panel Members
Denise Dillenbeck, YSO Concertmaster  

Jennifer Glenn Shoval, YSO Section Viola  

Lauren Hall, YSO Section Viola  

Ryan Hare, YSO Principal Bassoon  

Josiah Boothby, YSO Section Horn  

Josh Gianola, YSO Principal Percussion  

Mary Winterfeld, YSO Operations Manager  

 

Register by 3:30pm on September 19 for this free virtual event via www.ysomusic.org.
You will be transferred to the Brown Paper Tickets website; please register via this site. 

We will send you a Zoom link to the event. 

 

Forte: Remembering Yakima's 'Rite of Spring'
We invite you to explore this week’s YSO SCENE column, forte,
published in the Yakima Herald-Republic.  

 

Our next Music From Home video will air on September 26 at 7:30pm. 

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From Home  is a special video series curated by the Yakima Symphony Orchestra. Music From Home features performance and education spots created by YSO musicians. In Stories From Home, Maestro Lawrence Golan interviews YSO musicians who talk about favorite YSO performances and the upcoming season, share fun facts and perform short music selections. Thank you to  Valley Mall  for their presentation of this wonderful series! Previously-posted From Home episodes are readily viewable on our  Video Collection  page.   

We hope you will join us on Saturday, September 19 at 7:30pm
for a very special, real-time virtual event:
 

YSO Roundtable: Readying for The Rite 

 


Stravinsky's Rite of Spring is among the most challenging works in standard orchestral literature,
and one of the most memorable to perform for orchestra musicians.

Join 
Maestro Lawrence Golan  and a panel of YSO musicians
for an inside look at the daunting process of preparing a performance of this iconic masterwork,
which the YSO presented in concert in November of 2013. 

 

YSO Musician Panel Members
Denise Dillenbeck, YSO Concertmaster  

Jennifer Glenn Shoval, YSO Section Viola  

Lauren Hall, YSO Section Viola  

Ryan Hare, YSO Principal Bassoon  

Josiah Boothby, YSO Section Horn  

Josh Gianola, YSO Principal Percussion  

Mary Winterfeld, YSO Operations Manager  

 

Register by 3:30pm on September 19 for this free virtual event via www.ysomusic.org.
You will be transferred to the Brown Paper Tickets website; please register via this site. 

We will send you a Zoom link to the event. 

 

Forte: Remembering Yakima's 'Rite of Spring'
We invite you to explore this week’s YSO SCENE column, forte,
published in the Yakima Herald-Republic.  

 

Our next Music From Home video will air on September 26 at 7:30pm. 

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