Saturday, October 21 7:30pm
Skagit Symphony’s 44th season opening concert begins reaching for Stars, a gem of a tone poem by Mary Howe, followed by a celebration of Rachmaninoff’s 150th birthday with his towering second piano concerto at the enchanting hands of Sandra Shen. The concert concludes with Mussorgsky’s legendary Pictures at an Exhibition.
Pre-concert talk in the concert hall 45 minutes prior to performance.
The Skagit Symphony offers a 4 concert season subscription. The same seats are guaranteed for each
performance, plus subscribers have the option to add on 2 special events.
This event is also part of the Create Your Own (CYO) Series. CYO gives you the freedom to choose all the shows that you want to see. Simply select at least 4 events from the CYO list & SAVE! (Some restrictions may apply.)
Events included in this series are noted as CYO in the brochure and website. The more you choose the more you Save!
4 or More Events – Save 10%
6 or More Events – Save 15%
8 or More Events – Save 20%
COVID-19 Information: There are no requirements at this time.
Additional COVID-19 related health protocols may be in effect at the time of your performance or event including but not limited to: face masks, proof of negative test or vaccination, distancing, restricted theater capacity, modified seating configurations, and confirmation of no known symptoms of and exposure to COVID-19. We reserve the right to make changes to health protocols according to updated public health guidance and law. Please feel free to reach out to our Box Office at any time if you have questions or require additional information – or visit our homepage for up to date COVID protocols.