If you are a music lover, you’ll want to explore the Walla Walla music scene. This little town offers music for everyone: ethereal choral, funky blues, downhome country, refined chamber, rock, and pop. But the jewel of them all is the Walla Walla Symphony Orchestra, the oldest continuously operating symphony west of the Mississippi.
From humble beginnings, this outstanding orchestra has matured into one of the best we have heard in recent years. Maestro Yaacov Bergman, in his 20th season, continues to deliver inspired programs that challenge his musicians and his audiences. In April, we look forward to a night of Flora and Fauna at the orchestra’s 416th concert since its inception in 1907. As usual, the performance will be held in beautiful Cordiner Hall on the Whitman College campus. Be sure to check out this and their other offerings at http://www.wwsymphony.org.