ABOUT

Our Mission
The Klamath Symphony is an organization of volunteer musicians which provides members with a vehicle for developing their musical talents while enjoying making music together.  This enriches the cultural lives of the community through live performances.  The Symphony focuses on the education of present and future musicians and audiences, with a vision of elevating the human spirit.

Participating as a Musician in Klamath Symphony

Early Days of Klamath Symphony Orchestra

The Board
The Klamath Symphony Board directs all aspects of symphony business.  This includes finances, promotion, education, and performances.  Present members include:
Vacantl, Conductor
Carolyn Shaw, President, Marketing/Personnel
Pat McFarlan, Education/Publicity
Michelle Rust, Marketing/Community Liaison
Mike Starr, Symphony Liaison
Sally Cordle, Treasurer
Smitty Parratt, Webmaster

Support for the Symphony

  
Klamath County Cultural Coalition grant recipients recently shared descriptions of their grants and were entertained by Just Friends and Erin Barker. A total of $15,000 was awarded to 15 non-profit organizations. They were Winter Wings, Klamath Greenways, Klamath Kinetic Challenge, Sage Community School, Klamath Chorale, Ross Ragland Theater, Klamath Folk Alliance, Klamath Basin Senior Citizens Center, Klamath Ice Sports, Two Rivers Gallery, Klamath Symphony, Klamath Art Association, Conger Elementary School, Klamath Outdoor Science School, and REACH. Shown here are, from left, back row, Marie Richardson, Rich Bergstro, Eric Nelson, Mark Kane, Judy Pate, Carol Krueger, Charles Cossey, Marjorie Glass and Rick Woodley and, front row, Gayle Yamasaki, James Brown, Sia Lewis, Anne Wenner, Ken Janson and Lance Wentz.
  

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