The Oregon East Symphony's proudly presents the return of the Holiday Music Festival, an interdenominational celebration of the holidays through music featuring a variety of community music ensembles. This year's featured performers include the Symphony performing an orchestral arrangement of the Nutcracker Suite, Our Songs Are Alive from the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Kupenga Marimba, bluegrass group The Fabulous Raggettes, and Christmas carol singalongs led by Adam Lange. The Pendleton Brass Quartet will also provide pre-concert entrance music.
Reserved tickets are now available for sale.

Thanks to the CHI St. Anthony Hospital, we are offering complimentary general admission to our season opening concert,

Complimentary tickets can be found at the following:

A Piece Of Pendleton (369 S Main St, Pendleton, OR)

CAPECO (721 SE 3rd St, Pendleton, OR)

Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon (400 S Main St, Pendleton, OR)

Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts (48004 St Andrews Rd, Pendleton, OR)

Great Pacific (403 S Main St, Pendleton, OR)

Hamley Steakhouse & Saloon (30 SE Court Ave, Pendleton, OR)

Heritage Station Museum (108 SW Frazer Ave, Pendleton, OR)

Oregon Grain Growers Brand Distillery (511 SE Court Ave, Pendleton, OR)

Pendleton Art and Frame (36 SW Court Ave, Pendleton, OR)

Pendleton Center for the Arts (214 N Main St, Pendleton, OR)

Pendleton Chamber of Commerce (501 S Main St, Pendleton, OR)

Pendleton Music Company (340 S Main St, Pendleton, OR)

Pendleton Public Library (502 SW Dorion Ave, Pendleton, OR)

Prodigal Son Brewery & Pub (30 SE Court Ave, Pendleton, OR)

Pendleton Underground Tours (31 SW Emigrant Ave, Pendleton, OR)

Rainbow Cafe (209 S Main St, Pendleton, OR)

Virgil's At Cimmiyotti's (137 S Main St, Pendleton, OR)

and the Oregon East Symphony office (345 SW 4th, Pendleton, OR)

Masks/face coverings required. Please, no children under the age of 3.

Our mission is:

“To operate, support, and maintain a symphony orchestra, ensembles, chorale, and youth classical music program to enhance the cultural wealth of the region through education and performance.”