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The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and Maestro Brotons return to Skyview Concert Hall December 3rd and 4th for the inaugural concert of The VSO Pops Series.

 

In what promises to be an unforgettable weekend, the orchestra will present iconic works by John Williams, James Horner, Hans Zimmer and Henry Mancini, among others.

 

WHEN:   Dec 3, 2016 3:00 pm
             Dec 4, 2016 7:00 pm

WHERE: Skyview Concert Hall
             1300 NW 139th
             Vancouver, WA (map)

 

TICKETS: $50 reserved
              $37 General admission
              $32 Senior (62+) and
              $10 Student

Online ticket sales are now closed. Tickets will be available at the Box Office.

Cloud City Garrison

The adventure begins with a special appearance by Cloud City Garrison’s 501st Legion of Stormtroopers, accompanied by Chewbacca, R2D2, C3PO, and the cosmic villain himself, Darth Vader. Cloud City Garrison is deeply committed to the community, offering support at charity events, fundraisers, and social functions. In 2015 alone they appeared at over 150 events and raised thousands of dollars for charitable organizations, including Make-A-Wish Oregon, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Special Olympics, Toys for Tots, and the Children’s Miracle Network.


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The VSO presents an exclusive showing of Rogers & Hammerstein's The Sound Of Music!

 

What a great, family-friendly way to support the VSO! Admission includes popcorn, soda, sing-a-long, and a very special guest appearance by Julia Hirsch, the author who was granted a behind-the-scenes look into the making of this screen gem.

 

WHEN:  Monday, Dec 19, 2016
            6:30 pm

WHERE: The Kiggins Theatre

 

TICKETS: $20 Single Ticket
              $160 10-Ticket Package

       

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Julia HirschAbout Julia

In the late 1980's, Julia was working in Hollywood as a story editor for producer/director Robert Wise when she came up with the idea of writing a book on the making of one of Wise's most beloved movies, The Sound of Music. With Wise's blessing and entrance into the vaults of 20th Century Fox, she began interviewing nearly everyone involved in the movie, including Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, writer Ernest Lehman, Fox's CEO Darryl Zanuck, Jr., and more of the cast and crew. The result is the definitive behind-the-scenes account of the motion picture. Hirsch moved with her family to Vancouver, Washington a year ago, writes and produces commercials and videos for healthcare agencies and has written two novels.

 


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Our Mission

To enhance the quality of life in Southwest Washington by providing symphonic music of the highest caliber in live performances, through music education in the schools, the concert halls, and throughout the region.

 

 

A view of the interior of Skyview Concert Hall


Directions to Skyview Concert Hall: 1300 NW 139th Street. Coming from the south on I-5, take the 134th Street exit. Turn left (west) at the light. Follow this street for 1-2 miles past Fred Meyer - Skyview is on the right. (134th Street curves and turns into 139th Street – stay on this main road as the name changes from 134th to 139th.) (map)

 

Contact:

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra

  1. PO Box 525
  2. Vancouver, Washington
  3. 98666-0525
  4. Ph: 360-735-7278
  5. Fax: 360-906-0355
  6. E-Mail: thevso@VancouverSymphony.org

 





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