Category: Inner Workings

A look inside orchestra operations, work done mostly by volunteers from the orchestra and the community

We invite our subscribers, donors, and volunteers to join orchestra members on Sunday, September 18 at 4:00 p.m. for a special reception with musical entertainment and refreshments.   Look for invitations and details this summer!

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Our orchestra home, 51 Walden, has a new name this year and a changing and expanding list of activities. I decided to ask Executive Director Carole Wayland about 51 Walden, its new name, and its activities. Carole is also a

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Marylynn Boris has served for several years as a community member on the Concord Orchestra Board. I asked her if she would write about her work with the orchestra from a supporter’s point of view.

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Concord Orchestra concerts are mostly in the evening, which means that people who don’t drive at night can’t easily attend. We’d like to make it possible for anyone who wants to hear a concert to attend.

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Written by Marilyn Kloss, Music Librarian for the Concord Orchestra Orchestra librarians are responsible for ordering, distributing, collecting, and returning music. They may also generate music budgets, manage a library of music, copy parts, copy bowings in string parts, and

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