Anyone, young people especially, who are studying violin, viola, cello & bass who wish to play with the orchestra, should have reached the Conservatory Grade 6/7 grade levels. Coaching on the repertoire from any private string lessons outside of orchestra practice time is also extremely helpful in keeping up with the section’s players. We encourage student attendance at rehearsals and the Concertmaster or Conductor has final say as to whether they perform at the concert.
Wind chairs are only open when a seat becomes available.
Cowichan Consort Orchestra presents its annual Featuring Our Youth concert of the 2019 concerto winners.
This year Anna Betuzzi, oboe, won the Senior category, Evan Overman, trumpet, won the Intermediate, and Anjulie Djearam, voice, won the Junior category. All three winners will perform March 2nd at 7:30 pm at the Chrisitan Reformed Church at 930 Trunk Road in Duncan.
Anna will play Mozart ’s famous oboe concerto K314, Evan will play the ever popular Haydn E Flat trumpet concerto, and Anjulie, soprano, will sing the beautiful Laudate Dominum from Mozart’s Vesperae K339. The Consort Orchestra will round out the program with Haydn’s ‘London’ Symphony #104. Robert Mari will conduct.
Tickets are available at Volume One Bookstore on Kenneth St in Duncan, from members, and at the door.Adults -$20 and Students 18 & under- $10.Don’t miss these talented young musicians.