Ways you can help

the Coeur d'Alene Symphony Orchestra:

Fred Meyer Community Rewards - help the Coeur d'Alene Symphony by shopping at your favorite store! If you have a Fred Meyer Rewards Card, simply go online to www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards. You can search for CDA Symphony, or by our non-profit number 83556. Every time your shop at fred Meyer and use your Rewards Card, you help the Coeur d'Alne eSYmphony earn a donation. You still earn your Rewards Points, Fuel Points and rebates just as you do today. If you don't have a Rewards Card visit Customer Service at any Fred Meyer store!

 

Concert Tickets

Call the Symphony Office at 208-765-3833 for tickets or to get more information.

All subscription series concerts are held at the Salvation Army Kroc Center and are reserved seating.  Call now to reserve your favorite seats!

Coeur d'Alene Symphony Office

208-765-3833
csosymphony@frontier.com


Become a Symphony Supporter

Become a Sponsor of your Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra, we are a local non-profit organization! Help keep our arts community strong in Coeur d'Alene by sponsoring a concert (or part of one). Or consider an ad in our program (all year) or the program inserts (per concert). We would love to have your support!

Phone: 208-765-3833

E-mail csosymphony@frontier.com

CDA Symphony office:

PO Box 898
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83816

Endowment Fund

Established in 2004, the fund will accept donations and memorial gifts to be invested in perpetuity. The proceeds will be used to support the many projects and efforts of the Symphony, from scholarships, to guest artists, to capital acquisitions.

For more information, please call 208.765.3833 or e-mail csosymphony@frontier.com

 

Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra Mission Statement

The mission of the Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra is to promote and perpetuate appreciation of classical and semi-classical music and to provide the opportunity to perform and to hear this music in an annual series of concerts. 

Who We Are

We, the Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra, with our history of over thirty years performing classical as well as popular music in the Coeur d’Alene area, are one of the leading performing arts organizations of the region. With our broad base of corporate and individual sponsors, we are an integral part of the community, and an asset to the community. We draw our musicians and our audiences from Coeur d’Alene and the surrounding Inland Northwest area, including northern Idaho, eastern Washington, and western Montana. 

Our Values

We believe that the presence of a symphony orchestra in a community is a vital necessity, a defining spirit of the cultural life of a community. As such, a symphony orchestra is a marker of the development, both cultural and educational, of a community. A symphony orchestra is a source of pride and serves to attract newcomers who are accustomed to having access to the higher culture, who understand the importance of arts requiring high levels of skill and training. 

In addition to performing the core classical orchestral repertoire, in Coeur d’Alene, using musicians from Coeur d’Alene and the surrounding areas (including the five northern counties, eastern Washington, and western Montana), we also perform new music by living composers. We actively partner with other local groups to engage in opera, dance, and choral performances.

 

Symphony Musicians

Symphony Conductors

 

 

David Demand has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe as a conductor, soloist, and accompanist. Dr. Philip Baldwin, is Director of String Studies and Assistant Professor of violin at Whitworth University. His career has spanned the gamut of string teaching and conducting.

Read more: Our Conductors

 

2014 National Young Artist Winners

The Coeur d'Alene Symphony proudly announces the 2014 National Young Artist Winners.

The National Young Artist Competition discovers and encourages exceptional young musical talent from all over the United States and beyond. First Place Winners perform with the Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra at our March 14th and 15th concerts.

High School 1st Place Winner

 

Jasmine Weiss (age 16), Orem, Utah

Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto #2

High School 1st Place Winner


Sarah Hall (age 18), Arlington, Washington

Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in em

2nd Place Winners
Adrian Steele, Violin
Kiarra Saito-Beckman, Violin
Annie Pham, Violin

Honorable Mention
Andrew Yoon, Piano
Bronwyn James, Violin


 

College Strings 1st Place Winner

Rita Wang, (age 23) New England Conservatory

Bartok Violin Concerto #2

Honorable Mention
Iva Casian Lakos, Cello


College Piano 1st Place Winner

Brenda Miller (age 21),  University of Puget Sound

Prokofiev Piano Concerto #3

Honorable Mention
Hei Wan “Rhythmie” Wong

 

College Winds/Percussion/Brass 1st Place Winner

Sarah Benton (age 20), University of Oregon

Reinecke Flute Concerto

Second Place Winner
Scott Avant, Tenor Trombone

Honorable Mention
Andrew Abel, Tuba
Sarah Pyle, Flute

 

College Vocalist 1st Place Winner

Arielle Nachtigal (age 22), soprano, University of Montana

Puccini, Donde lieta

Mozart, Mi tradi

 

Professional Vocalist 1st Place Winner

Lara Lynn Cottrill, soprano, Pittsburgh, PA

Charpentier, Depuis le jour  
Puccini, Chi il Bel Sogno

Honorable Mention
Jesse Nordstrom, Tenor
Caitlin Cisler, Soprano

   

We strive to improve the community through our symphony orchestra. The Coeur d'Alene Symphony is proud to provide outstanding musical experiences.

   

2014-2015 Season

 

The Symphony’s five regular season performances will be at The Salvation Army Kroc Center Worship and Performing Arts Theater on Golf Course Road in Coeur d’alene. Each concert will be presented twice, on Friday evening at 7:30, and again as a Saturday matinee at 2.


-October 10 & 11: Rossini’s “Thieving Magpie Overture”; Mozart’s “Symphonie Concertante”, featuring Concertmaster Dr. Phillip Baldwin and Principal violist Jay Prior; Dvorak’s “Symphony #8”.


-December 5 & 6: “Christmas At The Kroc” with Tchaikovsky’s “Suite #3” and a whole lot of Holiday favorites.

-January 23 & 24: “Family Fun at the Symphony” It’s Movie Night, and kids under 18 are free with a paid adult, thanks to a grant from Kootenai Electric Cooperative.

-March 13 & 14: “National Young Artists Competition Winners” Seven amazing young artists from around the country, winners of our competition in January, will perform with the Orchestra.

 

-May 1 & 2: The Symphony’s regular season finale includes Brahms’ monumental 2nd Symphony…and a special performance by a soloist to be announced.

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