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Sunday, March 5th • 3:00PM 

Admiral Theatre
515 Pacific Ave, Bremerton WA 98337

Come and celebrate the Symphony's 80th anniversary at the Admiral Theatre in downtown Bremerton. 

$30 - $50*

2 hours

Program Book
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*Not Yet Available

*Pricing Breakdown
$30 for balcony seating
$50 for table seating on floor 


Rossini: Barber of Seville Overture

Rodrigo: Concerto de Aranjuez feat. Mark Hilliard Wilson on guitar

Bizet: Selections from Carmen with the Bremerton Symphony Chorale

Featured Soloist
Mark Hilliard Wilson

Mark Hilliard Wilson has an engaging approach to programing concerts that draws from the deep well of history and a desire to relate contemporary interests to universal themes. He founded the Seattle Guitar Orchestra in 2000 and became the cathedral guitarist at St. James Cathedral in Seattle 2006. He has taught at Whatcom Community College, Bellevue College, the Rosewood Guitar and is currently at the Holy Names Academy, his compositions are published by Seconda Prattica and performed widely. Recently Wilson premiered a concerto written for him by the Ukrainian composer Oleg Boyko.  Wilson will be directing Guitar ensembles in the premier of a work he commissioned from Boyko at the 2023 Northwest Guitar Festival in Bellingham, WA.  2023 will see the release of The Music of Taiwo Adegoke, changing the canon of the classical guitar with music from Nigeria, also music for Seattle Guitar Orchestra and cello and classical guitar featuring cellist Abbie Eads.  He was raised around the world, traveling from California to Minnesota to Holland, to Washington D.C. to Payette, Idaho and then graduating high school in Boise, Idaho. Mark continued to travel to Ellensburg and then Bellingham to earn his undergraduate degree in Music History and classical guitar performance and then to Rochester to earn a Masters in classical guitar performance, before finding his base in Seattle in 1995.

BSA Musicians

Alan Futterman 
Music Director

Gary Dahl
Associate Conductor

This Season is Sponsored by

The A.Y. Petter
Family Donor Advised Fund

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