Last month, Sarah Ioannides conducted seven exciting premieres…(more to come!)… Two very special programs with Symphony Tacoma featuring…
Review: Pianist Pallavi Mahidhara joins Symphony Tacoma and its chorus to offer both a world premiere and a sparkling tribute to the beauty and fragility of our Earth.
Symphony Tacoma is excited to announce we are the recipient of a $75,000 grant from The League of American Orchestras to help create a more equitable organizational culture through collaborative, peer-driven learning opportunities.
Symphony Tacoma’s March performance presents works that celebrate piano and chorus by composers David Ludwig and Ludwig van Beethoven. Pianist Pallavi Mahidhara and Symphony Tacoma Voices will join the orchestra for the performance on Saturday, March 26, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. in the Pantages Theater.
It was a thrill to attend a live concert and hear Symphony Tacoma on Saturday, February 26, 2022, in Tacoma’s historic Pantages Theater. In the few times I have attended live events in the last 6 months, there is an energy and longing in attendees to be a part of a shared experience. Symphony Tacoma fills this need in our community.
See a preview of Symphony Tacoma’s 2022/23 season here – with six classics concerts, two world premieres and a beautifully diverse group of guest artists and composers.