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St. Augustine Community Orchestra Prepares Fall Concert
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St. Augustine Community Orchestra Prepares Fall Concert

The all-volunteer St. Augustine Community Orchestra is preparing for its gala 50th anniversary season. Rehearsals have begun each Tuesday at Murray Middle School 150 N. Holmes Blvd. St. Augustine, from 7 pm to 9:15 pm. Especially desired are violists, bass players, trombone, tuba, and percussionists. If you play any of these instruments competently and can read music accurately and easily, please call Becky Brown at 904-824-1156 to join the Orchestra. You will be welcomed and appreciated for sharing your talent. All ages are represented in the Orchestra, from teens to octogenarians. The exciting program planned for the October concerts includes Rossini’s “William Tell” Overture, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony finale, Bizet’s “Carmen Suite”, Medley from Bernstein’s “West Side Story” and much more.

Music Director and Conductor William McNeiland begins his 2nd season with the Orchestra, with innovative plans for scheduling chamber groups of orchestra members, for a modest fee, to play for private parties, clubs, or organizations. To request a chamber group performance, please call William McNeiland at 904- 743-5674. For more information and regular concert schedules, log on to www.staugustineorchestra.org 

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