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Spotlight on Sponsors: Performing Arts

Many local symphonies  and theatres are welcoming patrons back for the 2021-22 season. They are eager to take the stage and offer fans live performances that range from familiar works and people to lesser knowns and new works. Please visit their websites and social media pages for updates.

Auburn Symphony

The Auburn Symphony celebrates their 25th season with “A Triumphant Return” on October 3. This grand welcome back to the concert hall features Mozart and Mendelssohn. Tickets are online, along with details about the Auburn Symphony’s temporary home – the Federal Way Performing Arts and Events Center.

Bellingham Symphony

The Bellingham Symphony’s 46th Season will feature a fantastic line-up of soloists and the introduction of their new concertmaster. The BSO will have options for watching this season, including in-person at Mount Baker Theatre or through one of their broadcasts. Details to be announced online.

Central Basin Community Concert Association

Central Basin Community Concert Association offers performances throughout the year with seasons passes and single tickets at the door day of performance. 

Columbia Basin Allied Arts

Columbia Basin Allied Arts has provided a wide variety of nationally and internationally acclaimed arts performances and events to Washington’s Columbia Basin since June 1978.

Fort Walla Walla Museum

Fort Walla Walla Museum  is located on the grounds of a 19th-century military fort, and provides special programs and events held on the Museum grounds all year. There is always something new happening at the old fort. Learn more at- fwwm.org

Harper Joy Theatre – Whitman College

Harper Joy Theatre produces a season of theater and dance each academic year. Individual tickets for the first production of the 2021-22 season, “The Revolutionists” go on sale Thursday, September 16, 2021. Season Pass packages go on sale September 9, 2021. Details online.

The Kenworthy Performing Arts Center

The Kenworthy Performing Arts Center New seats. Doors open. Movies on. What else is there to know about Moscow’s art-house cinema? Events, MET Live performances and movie show times are all on the KPAC website. 

Little Theatre of Walla Walla

The Little Theatre of Walla Walla has been on a  mission is to showcase the talents of local volunteers and to entertain and enrich our community by producing good plays done well…since 1944. They are returning to live theatre performances, with the “Summer Festival of Shows”. Details and tickets can be found on their website- ltww.org

Mid-Columbia Mastersingers

The Mid-Columbia Mastersingers have a mission to transform lives through the power of choral music. Each season, they offer a series of four to five sets of concerts and special events like their annual Hanford B Reactor Concert. Details at mcmastersingers.org.

Mid-Columbia Symphony

For more than 75 years, the Mid-Columbia Symphony has been a cultural resource for the Mid-Columbia region. They produce four to seven concerts annually, contracting with guest artists and collaborating with other regional performing arts organizations. Details online.

Numerica Performing Arts Center

Numerica Performing Arts Center The PAC is BACK!  Kicking off the season with Mamma Mia! starting September 15th, tickets are available now online or at the box office.

Palouse Choral Society

Palouse Choral Society The community chorus of the inland Northwest returns in November with America Sings Again: Honoring Our Veterans. View the full season on their website. 

GESA Power House Theatre – Walla Walla

The GESA Power House Theatre  is emerging from a long intermission to bring some joy and live theater back to the Walla Walla Valley. They believe that the arts are for everyone and pledge to be a place where positive social and artistic enterprises can flourish. Music, dance, magic, comedy and more for guests of all ages. Details and tickets at phtww.org

McIntyre Hall – Mount Vernon

McIntyre Hall serves the region with outstanding events that enrich, inspire and entertain.

Mount Baker Theatre - Bellingham

Mount Baker Theatre Igniting the imagination since 1927. Ensuring that the region has local access to professional entertainers and world-class shows is an important part of their mission. They invite you to explore upcoming events and purchase tickets on their website.

Pullman Civic Theatre

Pullman Civic Theatre resumes Main Stage performances with screwball comedy courtesy of “12 Angry Jurors,” a parody of “12 Angry Men.” Tickets for the show run, beginning August 20, can be purchased online.

Skagit Symphony

The Skagit Symphony is a community-based orchestra that has been in existence since 1961. Upcoming concert season information to be announced soon on their website.

Symphony Tacoma

Symphony Tacoma’s Diamond Anniversary Season will dazzle audiences, beginning with music from Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky at their October 23 season premiere. Tickets online. 

The Three Rivers Folklife Society – Tumbleweed Festival

The Three Rivers Folklife Society – Tumbleweed Festival is happy to announce that there will be a FREE, LIVE concert in Richland’s Howard Amon Park, on Saturday, August 21st, beginning at 7:30pm! This concert will feature the three Tumbleweed Festival headline acts, and will be recorded live to become the traditional Saturday Night concert in this year’s virtual festival. Details at 3rfs.org

Walla Walla Symphony

The Walla Walla Symphony has kicked-off the 2021-22 Season with  “Summer in the Parks”. A series of short, informal concerts featuring small groups of Walla Walla Symphony musicians taking place at parks throughout the Walla Walla Valley. Concert details at wwsymphony.org

Washington Center for the Performing Arts

Washington Center for the Performing Arts Live performances are back at South Puget Sound’s beloved performing arts facility. Visit their website for latest news and upcoming events designed to inspire.  

Washington-Idaho Symphony

The Washington-Idaho Symphony’s 50th season will premiere in September with a spotlight on the string orchestra performing Holst and Dvorak. Visit their website for tickets, concert details and the newsletter sign-up. 

Wenatchee Valley Symphony

The Wenatchee Valley Symphony celebrates its 75th year beginning with a concert on October 2nd featuring the Four Original Versions from Withdrawal by Night in Madrid by Baccherini.  Visit their website for tickets and concert details.

The Yakima Symphony Orchestra

The Yakima Symphony Orchestra  is celebrating 50 years of music in the 2021-2022 season.  Kicking off the season with a “Serenade for Strings” and includes an evening with Joshua Bell.  Season tickets and concert details on their website.

How are other of your favorite community groups responding to Covid-19 protocols? 

The non-profit organizations that support NWPB are prioritizing your health while working to produce and provide access to music, art and culture. Locate your community on the map and peruse the latest updates from the organizations that make the place we call home so special.

The Pacific Northwest is home to a rich array of organizations centered on the arts, history, and nature. If this partial list has piqued your interest, we encourage you to seek out other opportunities and experiences via local cultural and educational organizations.

NWPB is proud to partner with local non-profits, now and always.

Arts + Culture | Community Partners on NWPB

Spotlight on Sponsors: Independent Bookstores

Independent booksellers bring a world of ideas to your community. That’s why NWPB is proud to spotlight Independent Bookstore Day, celebrated Saturday, April 24th. Our local bookshops provide an in-person, over-the-phone and online connection ideas, experiences, and entertainment. Among the bookshops we recognize for their vital service are these NWPB sponsors:

How are other of your favorite community groups responding to Covid-19 protocols? 

The non-profit organizations that support NWPB are prioritizing your health while working to produce and provide access to music, art and culture. Locate your community on the map and peruse the latest updates from the organizations that make the place we call home so special.

The Pacific Northwest is home to a rich array of organizations centered on the arts, history, and nature. If this partial list has piqued your interest, we encourage you to seek out other museums and experiences via local cultural and educational organizations.

NWPB is proud to partner with local non-profits, now and always.