New Westchester Symphony Orchestra - Unclassified

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New Westchester Symphony Orchestra
PO Box 708
White Plains, New York 10602Phone: 914.410.0151

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About New Westchester Symphony Orchestra

The New Westchester Symphony Orchestra is a community “Come and Play” amateur orchestra where amateur musicians of all ages (from college students to retired seniors) and all walks of life (educators, attorneys, engineers, judges, physicians, homemakers, university professors, etc.) come together to make music. The New WSO employs a conductor, a concert master and an Executive Director. Musicians of advanced ability and training serve as section leaders. Although the orchestra is “Come and Play” in nature, musicians are encouraged to attend as many rehearsals and performances, as possible. Musicians self-select participation according to their ability. Performing in concerts in encouraged but not mandatory.

Led by founder/conducted Benjamin Niemczyk, this 7-year old orchestra is composed of more than 50 players with a wide range of musical backgrounds and training. Instrumentalists of all ages and abilities participate in weekly rehearsals. The New WSO offers amateur instrumental musicians in and around Westchester County an opportunity to build musicianship in a supportive, non-competitive setting while practicing and performing significant orchestral works.

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