Our Rising Stars concert was magnificent. 

Don't miss our FALL CONCERT EXTRAVAGANZA on Sunday, October 6, 2024 at 3 pm.
Details coming soon.

The Sweet Sound of Bellevue Symphony...

The Beethoven Eroica Symphony was featured in the inaugural performance of the Bellevue Symphony on February 20, 2022 at the Meydenbauer Theater in Bellevue, Washington.

Also featured at this performance were award winning soloists performing first movements of favorite piano and violin concertos and a Half-Time show featuring dazzling young virtuosos.

Beethoven Symphony 3 "Eroica"
Anthony Brian Davenport, Meydenbauer Theater 
Premiered Mar 9, 2022

Maestro Brian Davenport

Born in Walla Walla, Washington, Maestro A. Brian Davenport began his interest in music at the age of four. After obtaining his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Music from Harvard, he spent three years in Paris, France, studying music under the famous Nadia Boulanger, and conducting in Monte Carlo under the tutelage of Igor Markevitch. He has conducted orchestras in countries throughout the world, including China, Scandanavia, Germany, and Ukraine. In 1990, he conducted the Federal Way Symphony in the opening sellout performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony for the Goodwill Games. He also conducted the world premiere of Handel's Messiah in Russian in the city of Kazan.

Board of Directors:
Dr. Sara Wagner, Board Member, Executive Director
Allan Park, President
Dr. Adam Aleksander, 1st Vice President
Nino Merabishvili, 2nd Vice President
Dr. Hanna Cyba, Secretary
Brian Davenport, Treasurer
Dana Davenport, Board Member, Logistics
Jeff Elwell, Board Member, Concert Manager
Kevin Burton, Board Member, Hospitality Manager

Bellevue Symphony Staff
Bob Gale, Personnel Manager
Deborah McClellan, Librarian

Dr. Yelena Balabanova, Advisor
Dr. Natalya Ageyeva, Advisor
Dr. Renato Fabbro, Advisor
Conney Vernall, Advisor
Risa Jun, Advisor


Bellevue Symphony is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Your generous donation may be tax deductible. 

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NEW! Join our Bellevue 500 Society!
This is a wonderful way to create sustainable support for the Symphony. Bellevue 500 Society members are enrolled in automatic $500 donations three times yearly. As a thank you, you will receive two concert tickets and two Bellevue Symphony tote bags for our next concert at The Meydenbauer Center. Bellevue 500 Society members also enjoy complimentary Bellevue Symphony Chamber concerts. All Bellevue 500 Society members will have their names listed in our concert programs. To enroll or Inquire, email bellevuesymphonynews@gmail.com




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Brian Davenport
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Microsoft Corporation
Rob Coe
Classic Pianos
Jeff Elwell
Belle Harbour
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Randall and Patsy Jackson
Trilogy Musical Notes Club
Adam and Mariko Berman
Dr. Vladimir Balabanov
Dr. Yelena Balabanova


International Conservatory Studio
Nino Merabishvili
Dr. Younghoon Kwon and Dr. Yeilim Cho


NW Chopin Foundation
Russian Chamber Music Foundation
Dr. Natalya Ageyeva
Dr. Adam Aleksander
Dr. Hanna Cyba
Dr. Winston Addis
Susan G Komen Foundation
Craig Sheppard
Boram Lee

$100 to $499

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Helen Wang
Marina Belenky
William Chavez
Michelle Elwell
Philip and Arianne Hughes
Mandy Zheng
Cristelle Grote
Alliance Francais
Meanhwan Kim
John Lee

Mailing Address

14150 NE 20th St
Ste F1, 436
Bellevue, WA 98007

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