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Salisbury Symphony to hold orchestra and chorale auditions

Salisbury Symphony Chorale auditions
The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra will hold auditions for new members and section leaders of the Salisbury Symphony Chorale on Tuesday, Aug. 14.
Auditions will be held at the First United Methodist Church and accompanied by FUMC organist Matthew Michael Brown. Auditions will be heard by Brown and Symphony director David Hagy as well as one or two other choral leaders of Salisbury.
Those interested in auditioning should preferably prepare a piece to sing for the judges, but may come only to be vocalized by the judges.
To schedule an audition time, contact the Salisbury Symphony office at 704-216-1513 or email staff@salisburysymphony.org

Salisbury Symphony auditions
The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra will hold auditions for Section Strings and any others who want to be on the orchestra’s substitute list.
In particular violinists and violists who would be interested in some playing would be encouraged to audition.
Music Director David Hagy will hear auditions on Sept. 8. Auditions will take place in the Williams Music Building on the campus of Catawba College. Auditionees will be asked to play a prepared piece of their choice, excerpts of the music director’s choice, and sight-reading.
To schedule an audition time, contact the Salisbury Symphony office at 216-1513 or email staff@salisburysymphony.org

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