Help support your local community symphony!!!
CRS is a 501c(3) Non-Profit
Enter our coloring contest below and have a chance of your work placed in the Symphonic Stories 3: Colorful Memories Book. See below for details!!!
Symphonic Stories 3:
*** Concert Dates: May 6th (Astoria High School) @ 7pm
May 13th (North Coast Family Fellowship in Seaside) @ 7pm
FREE Family Friendly Concerts
(See below for more information)
Celebrate the third concert and community book publication of our Symphonic Stories Series. CRS will perform a series of musical pieces centered around the beautiful memories of nine inspiring, and heartwarming stories. Each of these differing stories will be told through beautiful artwork that will be artistically colored by the community at large, and published in the symphony's third "Symphonic Stories" series, following "The Red-Covered Bridge," and "Short Stories." Nine pieces of artwork will be distributed throughout the community as a coloring concert, both via traditional and computer mediums being allowed to complete the coloring. The best nine entries representing each concert piece will be selected and placed in the book alongside a story reflecting the concert theme of "Colorful Memories." All forms of media will be represented alongside the Columbia River Symphony for a magical presentation/performance.
COLORING CONTEST DOWNLOADS:
Entries due by April 15, 2017
If printing from online, you MUST print and submit BOTH the Entry Form and your coloring selection together.
Also featuring at these concerts:
*** Symphonic Stories #1: "The Red-Covered Bridge" for purchase
*** Symphonic Stories #2: "Short Stories" for purchase
*** Symphonic Stories #3: "Colorful Stories" for purchase
Refreshments and Light Snacks (Donations Accepted)
- Concert Dates: Saturday, May 6th @ 7:00pm
- Location: Astoria High School Auditorium (1001 W Marine Dr, Astoria, OR 97103)
- Familly Friendly Concert
- Admissions: FREE!
- Donations accepted
- Concert Dates: Saturday , May 13th @ 7:00pm
- Location: North Coast Family Fellowship (2245 N Wahanna Rd, Seaside, OR 97138)
- Family Friendly Concert
- Admissions: FREE!
- Donations accepted
Looking For NEW Players
for the 2017 Summer SEASON of
The Columbia River Symphony!
(See below for information on joining the North Coast's newest symphony)!
(Photo courtesy of Don Anderson)
Flutes, Clarinets, Oboes, Bassoons, Horns, Trumpets, Trombones, Tubas,
Percussion-Players, Violins, Violas, Cellos, String Bass, etc.
If you play one of the above and are interested in becoming part of the newest, freshest, and very entertaining orchestra, then we would love to have you!!!
If you play Clarinet, Trombone, Euphonium/Baritone Tuba, Violin, Viola, Cello, or String Bass, we REALLY WANT YOU!!!
JOIN the fun today!!!
(Photo Courtesy of Jamie Erwin)
How to Join: Just give us a call and/or write us an e-mail to let us know you are coming. This way we are able to have music ready for you. If you wish to just show rehearsal and see if it's for you, go ahead and do so. That works for us as well!
** Cory Pederson (conductor of CRS) Phone: 503-836-2198
** Angela Pederson-Calvin ( of 253-241-4607
How do I have to be?: We have members who are newer to the scene of music all the way up to very advanced performers. It's a very inviting place for all players. Those with less skill, learn and grow by performing with the other musicians, and over time they end up mentoring newer members in the future. Players who are advanced also find that there are quite a few challenges to be had, but in the end, everyone is having fun....an important part of our group.
When and where do you rehearse?: We rehearse every Saturday morning from -- Noon @ Warrenton High School (in the band room). Please see the "Rehearsal Dates" page for the Fall/Winter rehearsal schedule!
What if I can't make it to EVERY rehearsal?: Of course, missing rehearsals is not the ideal way to rehearse and perform with any group, as working together on a consistent basis will allow us to achieve the most professional final product to our audiences. BUT....life can be very busy, and we understand that some members cannot avoid missing a rehearsal or two. All that we ask is that we are given some notice before the missed rehearsal. That way the conductor can prepare accordingly.
Photo courtesy of Don Anderson
The Columbia River Symphony provides both performers and audiences inspired opportunities to play and enjoy great symphonic music. Led by Conductor Cory Pederson, and assisted by Angela Pederson-Calvin, CRS is an all-volunteer, non-profit performing arts group. The Mission of the Columbia River Symphony is to provide quality musical entertainment, to increase of the musical talents of its performers, and to serve a leadership role in the community while promoting cultural enrichment and artistic and musical benefit of all involved.
If you know of anyone interested in performing with this symphony, please pass on this information, as music is truly a gift that can be shared and passed on for a lifetime.
Directions on how to get there (Warrenton High School --- our rehearsal center):
Address: 1700 SE Main, Warrenton, OR. 97146
***Please check out the "Rehearsals & Music" page for updated information regarding the music we are performing. Updated audio examples will be provided shortly. ***
The Columbia River Symphony's next rehearsal of the Spring Season 2017 will be on Saturday, March 25th @ Warrenton High School from -- Noon.
To join or for more information: contact: (firstname.lastname@example.org
)/503-836-2198, or (email@example.com
) / 253-241-4607.