The Yakima Symphony Orchestra was thrilled to return to the live performance stage on the weekend of April 17-18! Our next performances include Cirque du vent on May 8-9 and The Schubert Octet on May 22-23. Subsequent programs in this performance series featuring ensembles of YSO musicians will extend into July at various venues, with details to be announced soon. 

Due to distancing requirements and limited seating capacity, there will be three performances of each of our series programs at least through May. Attendance in-person to these performances will be limited to current YSO subscribers. Subscribers who are not able to attend in person will have the opportunity to view one of the performances via online streaming, and non-subscribers may purchase access to that online performance as well. 

If you are a current YSO subscriber, you should receive additional information soon about attendance, ticketing, safety precautions and other aspects of our performance series, and instructions on how to reserve space at upcoming performances. If you are a subscriber and have not received this information by Friday, April 30th, please contact us by email at info@ysomusic.org or leave a message at our office telephone number (509) 248-1414 and we will be back in touch to confirm your preferences. Especially for April and May programs, space is limited; not all subscribers may be able to secure their first choice of time and date, but we will do our best on a first-come basis to accommodate everyone who wishes to attend.  

If you are not a subscriber, instructions to access the streamed performance will be posted here for the May 8 Cirque du vent concert and here for the May 22 The Schubert Octet concert.  

We appreciate your patience as we navigate the complex logistics of bringing our YSO musicians safely back to the stage during what we are optimistic will be the waning months of COVID-19 restrictions. We look forward to seeing you, in person or online, in the weeks to come! 

Watch this space for announcements coming soon for our June and July concerts!
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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.

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Music From Home! May 1, 2021 viewable starting at 7:30pm: Hal Ott, Principal Flute, and Anne Schilperoort, Principal Keyboard, present the third movement of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Sonata in E Minor for Flute and Continuo in the YSO’s “Music From Home” series. ©Yakima Symphony Orchestra 2021

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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.
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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.