The Grays Harbor Symphony is the third oldest community orchestra in Washington State. Founded in 1925, the first rehearsal was organized and directed by Karl Moldrem, violinist and teacher, from Aberdeen. The rehearsal was held in the Grays Harbor Business college room on East Market St., in Aberdeen. The first concerts were presented at the Elk’s Temple and the Old Grand Theater, in Aberdeen. Grays Harbor College began sponsorship of the orchestra in 1965.

Past conductors have included Karl Moldrem, Louis Wersen, Kenneth Kjelmervik, Don McCaw, Craig Wellington, Dan Asmus, Eugene Stensager, Don Jensen, and Robert Richardson.

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Fall 2014 Concert: Bach to Broadway

Grays Harbor Symphony Orchestra Past Performances

Keola- Una donna quindice anni,
from Cosi Fan Tutti by W.A.

Micah Hollen - Concerto No. 3 by Kabalevsky

Ender Johnson with Orchestra Walking in the Air



1620 Edward P. Smith Drive, Aberdeen, WA 98520   
(360) 532-9020   (800) 562-4830
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Contact William Dyer, Director of Music
bill.dyer@ghc.edu (360) 538-4171