The Rosemary A. C. Gottlieb 2020-21 Season
June Concerts
Registration information and links have been sent to
2020-21 season subscribers via mail and email during the first full week of June.
If it did not arrive, please let us know via the “Contact Us” form on this website.
Gilbert Orchards Pops Series
A Night at the Movies
Memorable musical selections from film scores,
from James Bond to The Wizard of Oz
Live performances at the Yakima Convention Center
Saturday, June 19 at 2:00pm and 7:30pm
Yakima Valley Classical Series
The Mozart Clarinet Quintet
Coleridge-Taylor – Clarinet Quintet, op. 10
Poteat – You Are Home (2016)
Mozart – Clarinet Quintet, K.581
Live performances at the Yakima Convention Center
Sunday, June 20 at 2:00pm and 7:30pm
July Festival!
Subscribers will receive registration information
via mail and email in July

All programs will occur at the Yakima Convention Center
2:00pm and 7:30pm except as noted

July 20, Tuesday: Classical IV – Lux Aeterna: Brass Reflections
Old and new music for brass quintet, from Gabrieli to Garrop

July 21, Wednesday: Pops III – Wind Song
Instrumental music and arrangements of famous arias by opera composers for flute, oboe and piano

July 24, Saturday: Pops IV – YSO Percussion: Inside Jams
Entertaining selections showcasing the versatility
of the YSO percussion section in pairs, trios and quartets

July 25, Sunday: Classical V – Heroic Horn Trios
The classic Brahms Horn Trio and other works for horn, violin and piano
by Elizabeth Raum and Ethel Smyth

July 28, Wednesday: Pops V – Rags, Tangos and Rhythms of the Soul
Popular dance styles and jazz standards of the 20th century,
arranged or composed for string quartet

July 31, Saturday, one 7:30pm performance with Maestro Lawrence Golan:
Classical VI – Wind Band Classics

Music for winds by Antonín Dvořák, Richard Strauss and Arthur Bird

As of May 27, in-person concert attendance is limited to subscribers for each series. Updates, if any, will be provided prior to each month’s programs. Due to challenges both with scheduling and with the special licensing required for much of our programming, we regret that we are not able to continue with live streaming of these June and July programs.
Yakima Symphony Orchestra
2020-21 Season Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The Rosemary A. C. Gottlieb 2021-22 Season
Celebrating 50 Years
Click here for the season brochure and subscription order form
From Home is a special video series curated by the Yakima Symphony Orchestra. 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. Music From Home features performance and education spots created by YSO musicians.
From Home is presented by
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Visit our Scrapbook Page for more “From Home” and other Videos
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.