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Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra

Serving the Community Through Music-Making

Going into college, Dick Heine had to make a choice between music and engineering. A band and orchestra brass musician since fifth grade, he’d played throughout high school and even spent four summers at music camp. Engineering, nonetheless, won — so Heine kept … read more

Concerts at the Barn

Concerts at the Barn Create Community around Music

The inspiration for a singer-songwriter concert series in a countrified Kingston barn began with a wedding. When Poulsbo’s Chuck and Stacie Power decided to get married, they knew they wanted a local, rustic setting. Conveniently, Chuck Power’s cycling buddy, Mark Schorn, and Schorn’s … read more

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Wesley Schulz

Copland’s Opera, Relevant to Today’s World, Ends BSO Season

A common but lamentable occurrence in classical music is the disappearance or mishandling of certain composers and works. For example, Johann Sebastian Bach’s music was not in circulation at his death in 1750, and his local legacy was headed toward obscurity. It was … read more

United by Music North America

Changing Lives through Music

Based in Gig Harbor, United by Music North...

It’s said that music changes lives — United by Music North America changes lives in profound ways. Based in Gig Harbor, the nonprofit organization works with musically talented people who happen to have intellectual or physical disabilities and helps them become performing musicians. … read more

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Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra Wraps Up Season with State Premiere of Theofanidis Work

The Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra season finale concerts are almost here, and we are celebrating. For four years, the orchestra has had the pleasure of welcoming brilliant musicians to the island to compete in our Young Artist Competition. This year’s winner, pianist Leah Deobald, … read more

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Brittany Boulding, guest performer from Seattle Symphony Orchestra

Bainbridge Symphony Brings Popular Modern Scores to the Stage

One of the great aspects of an orchestra is the chameleon role it plays in music. One night an orchestra might be performing the glorious symphonies of Mozart, Brahms or Stravinsky. And on another, it might be providing the music for an opera, … read more

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Bainbridge Symphony

Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Legends’ Pays Tribute to Folktales and Stories

I have a brother, Joshua, who is two and half years older than me. Like many mischievous older siblings, he was prone to dupe his younger brother (me) into doing silly things or believing tall tales. One time, my mom threw away some … read more

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Navy Band Northwest

Navy Band Northwest Makes Bremerton Stop for ‘Home for the Holidays’

The Navy Band Northwest production “Home for the Holidays” will include a performance in Bremerton on Dec. 10. The performance, which is free, begins at 7 p.m. at the Bremerton High School Performing Arts Center. Bring your loved ones for an evening of … read more

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