Photo of Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra Presents “Symphonic Odyssey”

On Sunday, May 7th at 3 p.m., join your Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra on a musical journey from the countryside to the concert hall, featuring Haydn's rarely-performed Symphony No. 28 in A major, a work brimming with sunshine and rustic charm.

A never-before-heard orchestration of Marie Jaëlle's Les jours pluvieux (Rainy Days) provides contrast with moments of quiet brooding and lyrical beauty. Gustav's Holst's St. Paul's Suite for strings weaves together traditional jaunty tunes from across the British Isles, while Béla Bartók's Romanian Folk Dances closes out the program in a wild celebration for the entire orchestra.

Guests under 18 may attend symphony events at no cost thanks to Wycklund Dental and the Youth in Music Initiative.

  • Venue: Theater #3 of Bainbridge Cinemas. 403 Madison Ave N. Bainbridge Island, WA 98110.

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The Bainbridge Orchestra was founded in 1972 by the late David Pence, when the Island’s population was less than 13,000. Adopted under the BPA (Bainbridge Performing Arts) umbrella in the spring of 1993, Bainbridge Orchestra changed its name to Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra in 2006. The symphony serves a musically rich role in our community, uniting artists spanning generations and skill levels, and coming from all walks of life, to share their love of music and learn from each other. Learn more about the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra by visiting their site and their Facebook page!

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