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Dr. Paul-Elliott Cobbs
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Welcome to the Everett
are delighted to share the Everett Philharmonic with our
community and the world. Our musicians and Music Director come
to us with decades of experience--locally, nationally and
internationally. Our goal is to provide ALL audiences from the
novice classical music listener to the seasoned aficionado with
engaging, challenging and entertaining programs.
"My wife and I attended the concert on Saturday
evening at the Everett Civic Auditorium performed by the Everett
Philharmonic Orchestra. As we were enjoying the marvelous music, it
occurred to me that I was witnessing a moment in time that holds
promise for the whole world community.
Here were 60 plus talented musicians, representing multiple
ethnicities conducted by charismatic maestro Dr. Paul-Elliott Cobbs,
flawlessly performing classical masterworks composed by Beethoven,
Strauss, and Brahms as if we were at Carnegie Hall. They were not
concerned about their different religions, politics, races,
economics, or any other differences that might divide them. They
played harmoniously as one to present the best possible
interpretation of this music.
We are very fortunate to have local access to these
great classical works. I encourage you to attend a concert by this
Philharmonic Orchestra. Maybe music is the answer."
is to bring the symphonic musical experience to the audiences of our
community through partnerships with local foundations, businesses,
schools and other arts organizations.
accomplish this with
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EPO Featured in National Magazine
Members of the Everett Philharmonic
interviewed, had a 4-hour photo shoot and were featured with a 5-page
layout in STRINGS magazine.
below to read a condensed online version of
How a Blue-Collar Town Saved its Symphony Orchestra.
Click here for article