We are proud to present our 2015 concert series at Mary Olson Farm 

 

  Celebrating America:  Thursday, July 9 – 7PM Dvorak's American String Quartet, Grieg's Holberg Suite, and Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture are sure to delight. You'll be dancing or toe tapping along to Copland's “Hoe Down” from Rodeo, and Ungar's haunting Ashokan Farewell is a classic folk lullaby you're sure to recognize. Talented local students join in to make this concert a multi-generational all-American good time.   Magical Strings:  Thursday, July 23 – 7PM Auburn Symphony string players will be performing with Phil and Pam Boulding, parents of ASO concertmaster Brittany Boulding and founders of Magical Strings, an Olalla-based ensemble playing dulcimers, harps, violins, and more. Magical Strings has toured throughout the United States, Canada, Ireland, and Japan, appeared on Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” and recorded 20 albums on four labels. This musical night will be a Celtic treat.   Cellists of Auburn Symphony Orchestra  -  Thursday, August 6 – 7PM The rich sound of the cello is even more exciting at the beautiful setting of Mary Olson Farm. Natalie Lerch, soprano, is joined by five of Auburn Symphony's fine cellists, and three exceptional local student cellists. Enjoy Vivaldi's Concerto for Two Cellos, Grieg's spooky Hall of the Mountain King, Piazzolla's fiery Libertango, and Villa Lobos's haunting Bachianas Brasilieras No. 5.  RESERVE TICKETS NOW $48 Series – includes one free guest pass for the concert of your choice $18 Single tickets $10 Student tickets Children under 5 free Mary Olson Farm has general admission lawn seating.  Bring a picnic, a cozy blanket, lawn chairs and the whole family! Wine will be available for purchase. Sorry, this venue is not wheelchair accessible.

 

Celebrating America:  Thursday, July 9 – 7PM
Dvorak's American String Quartet, Grieg's Holberg Suite, and Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture are sure to delight. You'll be dancing or toe tapping along to Copland's “Hoe Down” from Rodeo, and Ungar's haunting Ashokan Farewell is a classic folk lullaby you're sure to recognize. Talented local students join in to make this concert a multi-generational all-American good time.
 

Magical Strings:  Thursday, July 23 – 7PM
Auburn Symphony string players will be performing with Phil and Pam Boulding, parents of ASO concertmaster Brittany Boulding and founders of Magical Strings, an Olalla-based ensemble playing dulcimers, harps, violins, and more. Magical Strings has toured throughout the United States, Canada, Ireland, and Japan, appeared on Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” and recorded 20 albums on four labels. This musical night will be a Celtic treat.
 

Cellists of Auburn Symphony Orchestra  -  Thursday, August 6 – 7PM
The rich sound of the cello is even more exciting at the beautiful setting of Mary Olson Farm. Natalie Lerch, soprano, is joined by five of Auburn Symphony's fine cellists, and three exceptional local student cellists. Enjoy Vivaldi's Concerto for Two Cellos, Grieg's spooky Hall of the Mountain King, Piazzolla's fiery Libertango, and Villa Lobos's haunting Bachianas Brasilieras No. 5

RESERVE TICKETS NOW

$48 Series – includes one free guest pass for the concert of your choice
$18 Single tickets
$10 Student tickets
Children under 5 free

Mary Olson Farm has general admission lawn seating.  Bring a picnic, a cozy blanket, lawn chairs and the whole family! Wine will be available for purchase. Sorry, this venue is not wheelchair accessible.

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