Welcome to the podium Music Director and Conductor Cameron May for his season debut with the Student Orchestras of Greater Olympia. Mr. May has chosen a program for the Conservatory Orchestra with a wide variety of styles and genres, while highlighting English, German, and Finnish composers. Don’t miss this final concert of the season!
Mozart, Overture to the Magic Flue
Plog, Triple Concerto
featuring ~ Carter Rowell – Trumpet, Emma Tranum – French Horn, Ian Rigg – Trombone
Elgar, Nimrod from Enigma Variations
The Brass Choir, Greg Allison conductor, will open the concert with Marlatt’s Concord Fanfare. Their portion of the program will also include All Things Bright and Beautiful and Hanssen’s, Valdres
Also appearing: Academy & Debut Orchestras
Please join us Sunday, May 19, 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts.
Experience weekly rehearsals with professional conductors and teaching artists and performances on the Washington Center stage. This and much more, including music theory and history add to a challenging opportunity afforded to young musicians in the South Sound area.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the SOGO office at 360-352-1438 for a placement audition time. There is a $45 non-refundable fee charged for the audition ($35 during May 2019).
Tuition: $450 – Debut Orchestra, $475 – Academy Orchestra, and $550 – Conservatory Orchestra for a full season. Musicians placed after the first concert pay 70% and after the second concert 40% of the full tuition fee.
For information about the placement audition, go to our Join SOGOpage.
REHEARSAL: 5pm – 7:15pm
Advanced musicians (high school – college)
Mr. May, Music Director & Conductor
REHEARSAL: 4:30 – 5:15pm
Members of the Conservatory Orchestra
Mr. Allison, Conductor
Ms. Ward, Assist. Conductor
REHEARSAL: 3pm – 4:45pm
Intermediate (middle to early high school)
Mr. Allison, Artistic Director & Conductor
DEBUT ORCHESTRA REHEARSAL: 3pm – 4:45pm
Two years experience – early middle school
Jennifer Marin & Travis Sipher, Conductors