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Join the Old Boys Symphony Orchestra

Become part of the Old Boys Symphony Orchestra.

23 Jan 2021
Alumni News
Sydney High Old Boys Symphony Orchestra
Sydney High Old Boys Symphony Orchestra

Joshua Lam ('20) and music teacher Ms Miller, are keen to establish an Old Boys Symphony Orchestra. 

With the Governors Centre opening next month, this is a great opportunity to rejoin the school's music community, with an Orchestra made up of Old Boys from all eras. 

It is a fantastic way to stay connected to the school and bond with Old Boys and fellow musicians. This is an orchestra where Old Boys of any instrument at any level can join. The school Music Department has supported the establishment of this orchestra and will provide us space to rehearse in either the Great Hall or the new Governor’s Centre. I am currently looking at weekly 1-2 hour rehearsals which will culminate in a performance at the school Music Concert and an Old Boys event.

If you are interested, please fill in this form and please connect with Joshua Lam via the Orchestra Club on the web site or  via his email or mobile 0481 307 317

 

 

 

 

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