2014 Freeland Orchestra
Freeland Orchestra is a chamber orchestra whose purpose is to provide an opportunity
for adult musicians to make music together in a friendly environment.
There is no minimum standard of entry, although the level of music played dictates
a certain level of ability.
Most players are about Grade 6 or above, however we are happy to consider keen string
players yet to reach that standard.
We don’t audition players!
We rehearse fortnightly on a Wednesday evening in the village of Freeland, near Eynsham,
from 8.15 to 10.00 p.m.
Wednesday 22nd October ‘14
The orchestra is conducted by Wendy Marks, a local oboist and woodwind teacher, who
started the orchestra in September 2007.
We are always keen to hear from any string players, particularly good violinists
Brass playersWe currently have spaces for trumpets & trombones
We specialise in helping lapsed players get enjoyment from playing music again.
Read what one member said about playing again after 20 years.
FOR WIND PLAYERS
West Oxfordshire Winds and West Oxfordshire Clarinets. Two more evening classes.
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