Press Releases

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Media Buzz

With its performances last weekend (of Shostakovich’s 11th Symphony”), the Auburn Symphony has made the leap from excellent suburban orchestra to a Washington ensemble of the first rank.
Philippa Kiraly, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

One of the more astonishing stories in the Seattle-area music world during the past decade has been the Auburn Symphony Orchestra. The intent of the organization, founded by conductor Stewart Kershaw, was to be a fully professional orchestra, taking advantage of the large pool of excellent free-lance Seattle musicians. It was at the start and is so now.
R.M. Campbell, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Who would have thought that a town in south King County, without huge financial resources, could support a professional symphony orchestra of 65 players? Yet, the Auburn Symphony Orchestra thrives.
R.M. Campbell, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

The Auburn Symphony continues to go from strength to strength...a Washington ensemble of the first rank. Philippa Kirally, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

The Auburn Symphony is a brilliant gem hidden away in suburban sand. Jen Graves, Tacoma News Tribune

Their sound had a full-bodied gleam that - yes, since you asked - easily rivaled the Seattle Symphony's. Gavin Borchert, Seattle Weekly