Valley Symphony seeks new musicians

Fraser Valley Symphony is the premier community orchestra of the region

The Fraser Valley Symphony is seeking new musicians for its upcoming season.

It’s a wonderful opportunity to join a full symphony orchestra. The Fraser Valley Symphony is currently seeking musicians for the following sections: strings; French horn; bass trombone; percussion; and harp.

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

Other instrumentalists are welcome to contact us in the event additional or substitute musicians are needed.

For more information, please call Dorle Eason, 604-534-7573.

Founded in 1984, The Fraser Valley Symphony is the premier community orchestra of the Fraser Valley region. Performing alongside world-class instrumental and vocal soloists, the Fraser Valley Symphony provides a forum for auditioned musicians to present a variety of orchestral music for the enjoyment of audiences in the Fraser Valley.

Contact the orchestra via email: info@fraservalleysymphony.org and see their website: www.fraservalleysymphony.org

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