Mon, 24 July|
Woodend Neighbourhood House
Resonance String Orchestra
Resonance is a dynamic multi-level, intergenerational community music making initiative that welcomes enquiries from string players of all levels. We value community connection, studying great music to a high standard, and having fun together.
Time & Location
24 July, 5:00 pm – 7:15 pm
Woodend Neighbourhood House, 47 Forest St, Woodend VIC 3442, Australia
About the Event
What's it all about?
Resonance String Orchestra - inspiring regional communities to make great music! We are a group of school aged students and adult musicians who get together to learn incredible string orchestra repertoire to a high standard.
What do we cover?
Each year, the orchestra presents a major public concert as well as a number of smaller performances and projects, including flashmobs, and community outreach projects in schools and local festivals. We play a wide variety of musical styles in our repertoire, including everything from baroque repertoire to music by contemporary Australian composers, including compositions written for Resonance by composer-in-residence and Co-Artistic Director Emma Wade!
Who will be teaching?
Tuition is provided by three permanent professional musician-educators, Heather Cummins (violin), Sam Goble (cello) and Emma Wade (violin/viola), with input from our Artistic Patron, the acclaimed cellist Zoe Knighton and an array of visiting artists. Also on the Resonance tutor team are Sarina Walter (viola) and Lizzy Welsh (violin/Baroque violin). See our tutor profiles here.
Term 3 2023 Information
Resonance rehearses weekly in Woodend on Monday evenings. We will be working towards our Annual Concert (Sunday November 19th in the Castlemaine Town Hall), and repertoire will include Holst, Vivaldi, Karl Jenkins, Piazzolla and more.
We are also taking Expressions of Interest for our junior program, Apprenti Strings.
Term Three fee: $275 + Membership pro-rata: $50
Term 3 2023 dates and times:
Mondays at the Woodend Neighbourhood House between 5.00pm-7.15pm on:
- July 24
- July 31
- August 7
- August 21
- August 28
- September 4
- September 11
(Participants also need to be available to attend two Saturday morning sessions per term in Castlemaine: July 15 and August 12)
Talk to us about whether we have a spot that suits your ability and musical desires for Term 3!