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Portland Columbia Symphony reschedules January 28-30 concerts with guest artist Tomás Cotik for June 3-5


Rebekah Phillips, Executive Director



Portland, OR – Portland Columbia Symphony (PCSO) has announced the postponement of its January 28-30 concerts with soloist Tomás Cotik. The rescheduled performances of Piazzolla’s Four Season of Buenos Aires will be held in the originally planned venues, First United Methodist Church and Gresham High School, June 3-5, respectively. All ticketholders have been notified at this time.

“We are sorry for this change, but safety for the musicians, guest artist, and the orchestra’s patrons and personnel is paramount, and it is necessary that we make this difficult decision,” said Executive Director Rebekah Phillips. “With the Omicron surge projected to rise precipitously through the end of January, rescheduling our performances is the best consideration for all.”

Tickets for these performances are $35 and can be purchased at

Friday, June 3, 2022, 7:30 pm
First United Methodist Church, Portland
Sunday, June 5, 2022, 3 pm
Gresham High School Auditorium, Gresham

Jessie Montgomery  Banner
Fauré  Masques et Bergamasques
Piazzolla  Four Seasons of Buenos Aires

Piazzolla’s tribute to the seasons is sultry, sensual, mysterious, and thrilling, transporting audiences to the tango-filled nightlife of Buenos Aires.

Founded in 1982, Portland Columbia Symphony cultivates and champions a diverse community of musicians and audiences through affordable and accessible performances. Under the music direction of Steven Byess, PCSO seeks to deepen connections to the art form through the design of culturally and locally relevant programming, an inclusive narrative, and educational programs that engage audiences from Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas counties. PCSO maintains a dual performance schedule, with concerts held in both Portland and East County.