Holiday Pops Spectacular
December 4 at 7:30pm AND December 5 at 4:00pm at the Capitol Theatre
The Rosemary A. C. Gottlieb 2021-22 Season
Celebrating 50 Years
Click here for the season brochure and subscription order form
2021-22 Season Safety Update: The Yakima Symphony Orchestra is committed to providing a safe concert experience. Visit the Announcement page on the Capitol Theatre’s website for information about COVID-19 protocols and conditions of entry. Special note: YSO Subscribers who cannot adhere to the venue’s COVID-19 protocols may request a subscription refund. This request must be received prior to the first concert in the series and may be emailed to info@ysomusic.org or mailed to the YSO office at 32 N 3rd Street #333, Yakima, WA 98901. In your request, please include your name and contact information and the series to which you have subscribed. [The first concert in the Capitol Series and Classical Series is on October 23. The first concert in the Pops Series is on December 4.]
Explore the current Yakima Symphony Orchestra Prelude newsletters for letters from Maestro Golan, columns from Executive Director David Rogers, affiliate and partner updates, community music information and so much more!
Be sure to check out the Yakima Symphony Orchestra
forte column in the SCENE section of the Yakima Herald-Republic!
Contact Us! The physical YSO office in downtown Yakima remains closed until further notice, with YSO staff members working from home. The best way to reach us is by email: 
info@ysomusic.org. You also may leave a message at our office phone number:
 (509) 248-1414;
but please give us a little extra time to respond to voice messages, as we are not able to answer calls in real time. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Yakima Symphony Orchestra will present a full season of concerts of the highest artistic quality
and offer exceptional educational programs. Within a sustainable financial structure,
the YSO will provide the community with extraordinary musical performances
and will demonstrate value as a regional cultural and economic asset.
-Yakima Symphony Orchestra Mission Statement-
The Yakima Symphony Orchestra is supported in part by grants from the Yakima Valley Community Foundation, from the Yakima County Development Association, and from the Washington State Arts Commission in collaboration with the Washington State Department of Commerce.