North Coast Symphonic Band

The North Coast Symphonic Band celebrates its 40th season this fall. 

Community produced events are the lifeblood of the artistic community on the Columbia-Pacific. From theater, to music to dance, our coast has it all. And it does it well.

Notable events happening this fall include the grand opening of Pier Pressure Productions on Sept. 13 with its production of “Henceforward,” which runs until Sept. 28.

There are also anniversaries to celebrate. The North Coast Symphonic Band, a mainstay community powerhouse, celebrates its 40th season with a concert on Oct. 27 led by Michael McClure.

In December, enjoy the classic production of Little Ballet Theatre’s “The Nutcracker” directed by Jeanne Maddox Peterson and conducted by Cory Pederson. The production celebrates its 45th season this year.

There are a number of other exciting theater, music and dance events happening this fall as well.

Many of these performing arts groups are eager to have more performers, so don’t hesitate to visit their websites to learn more about how you can become involved as a participant or supporter.

The arts connect us, and this fall’s offerings are sure to show audiences the passion for live performance on our coast.

For a full listing of fall productions, see page 12.

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