Seacoast Youth and Community Orchestra Spring Concert
From a handful of beginners, the program has developed in to a
thriving membership, currently around 40+ musicians, who range in age
from seven to over eighty. The orchestras rehearse weekly throughout the
school year and offer two concerts each year, which are free and open
to the public.
The orchestras are most fortunate to have one the finest directors in
professional violinist Ferdinand Liva of the DaPonte String Quartet. It
is a rare opportunity for community members and local young people to
learn under the baton of such a knowledgeable conductor. He has been
directing the Seacoast Orchestra for the last sixteen years. For several
years, Kaity Newell has conducted the Beginner Orchestra.The Seacoast Youth and Community Orchestra program consists of three
orchestras of three differing levels. They are Primo, Mezza, and
Avanzata. Orchestra members range in age from 7 or 8 to 70
or 80 years old. These folks come from mostly the midcoast area, from
the Brunswick area all they way up to the Rockland area.
This is a free concert.
Tue, Apr 11 @ 7 pm