Fraser Valley Symphony needs more musicians

The opportunity to join a full symphony orchestra is extended to those who play violin, viola, string bass, percussion and bassoon.

The Fraser Valley Symphony will be recruiting musicians for several sections this fall.

The Fraser Valley Symphony is looking for musicians for several sections.

The opportunity to join a full symphony orchestra is extended to those who play violin, viola, string bass, percussion and bassoon.

Musicians must be able to commit to Monday evening rehearsals from September through to early June, and they should have a high level of proficiency on their instrument.

For more information, call music director Linday Mellor at 604-526-3045.

The Fraser Valley Symphony was founded in 1984 and is the premier community orchestra in the region.

Performing alongside world class instrumental and vocal soloists the symphony provides a forum for musicians to present a variety of orchestral music for their audiences.

• See its website at www.fraservalleysymphony.org.

 

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