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Published 1st Oct 2018

The brass section of an orchestra in black and white, shown praying

This is a new type of orchestra for anyone who plays an instrument. Whether you are an adult who hasn’t played for 20 years, or a child who is just starting out, come along and experience playing in an orchestra! There will be music available to suit all ages and abilities, so bring the whole family and play alongside each other. The emphasis is on fun and enjoyment.

Conducted by Andy Jackson, and supported by 2 professional musicians each month.

The new ‘Family Orchestra’ will meet monthly on Sundays from 10am – 1pm from September 2018. You don’t have to commit each month, just come when you can!

Dates for Autumn Term:

October 7th

November 4th

December 9th

Opportunity to take part in an informal showcase performance on Monday 17th December at 6pm at Middlesbrough Town Hall, along with other community groups.

Sessions are £5 adults, £2.50 children

You can book in advance via the box office 01642 729729 or online at www.middlesbroughtownhall.co.uk or turn up and pay on the door. 



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