A local Moorabool orchestra is preparing for its first concert in 12 months, and though most of the orchestra is back and ready to play, a few more string players are needed.
The Moorabool Light Orchestra is emerging from COVID lockdown to perform at the Gypsy Dances concert on Sunday 22 May at 2 pm, which will take place at the Bacchus Marsh Public Hall Supper Room.
The Orchestra is particularly interested in finding new violin and viola players.
Moorabool Light Orchestra President, Michael Love, said the Orchestra was looking forward to performing at a concert again after a difficult year.
“It has been a tough 12-months for the Orchestra with the cancellation of our September and Christmas concerts last year. Also, with the movement of people we are finding our string section is a bit thin,” he said.
“If there are string players out there who would like to play with us, please contact us through our website, www.moorabool-light-orchestra.com. We’re very pleased to have most of our orchestra members back playing and, are looking forward to playing for our audience on Sunday 22 May.”
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