The music plays on for Nikolas Caoile, director of the Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra. Caoile signed a new contract that extends through 2016. He was hired three years ago.
The symphony association also recently announced its concert lineup next season, titled “Stage and Screen.”
- “Film Music,” Oct. 12: Includes Copland’s Red Pony Suite and Bernstein’s “West Side Story Symphonic Dances.”
- “Dance/Ballet,” Dec. 14-15: A live performance to Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite,” choreographed by local dance instructor Tracy Trotter.
- “Opera,” March 1: A concert-style performance of Act II from Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro.
- “Shakespeare,” April 12: Beethoven’s “Coriolan Overture” and Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 2.”
Season ticket sales will open in July on pacwen.org. For more information about the symphony, visit wenatcheesymphony.org.