Richland Orchestra to host 4th of July Symphony
RICHLAND, Wash. – In his first live performance in over a year, the Symphony of Mid-Colombia will present a free orchestral concert on July 4th.
According to information from a member of the board of directors of the Mid-Columbia Symphony Society, the patriotic celebration will take place from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the HAPO stage in Richland at John Dam Plaza.
The concert will serve as a community celebration to get through the pandemic and emerge to observe Independence Day.
The Mid-Columbia Symphony thanks its loyal donors for helping it survive the pandemic. Without an opportunity to perform, the symphony began to broadcast live performances of small ensembles to practice their craft and help entertain people when needed.
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For the first time since the pandemic, the entire orchestra will be able to perform as a group in front of a live audience.
If you plan to attend, you will need to reserve a space in advance to ensure you can attend the show. The seats will be open on the lawn in front of the stage; bring your own chairs or blankets. Please note that places are limited due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Although the concert is free, donations are encouraged and appreciated. These donations help fund the orchestra and its events after the financial ramifications of the past year prevented the group from profiting from their talent.
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