Pacific Symphony Asks Again, "OC Can You Play With Us?" Orange County Musicians Invited to Perform with the Orchestra under Music Director Carl St.Clair

Number of available spots/rehearsals double for performance of selections from Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet”

Last season, Pacific Symphony asked “OC Can You Play With Us?” and got a resounding and positive response from community musicians across Orange County. This year, back by popular demand, the Symphony is offering four sessions over two nights for adult amateur musicians (ages 22 and older) to perform alongside the orchestra, under the direction of Music Director Carl St.Clair. Taking place Monday, April 30, and Tuesday, May 1, at 7 p.m., this year’s event offers twice the number of spots—bringing the number of musicians to 200—for a unique opportunity to rehearse and perform selections from Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet” on the stage of the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. Although the program is considered full, the Symphony is pulling from a waiting list up until the event dates.

Friends, fans and interested observers are invited to attend this workshop-style event for free (seating is general admission: reserve tickets online). Find music tips and interact with the musicians on the OC Can You Play With Us? Facebook page. Watch a video and find out more on Pacific Symphony website.


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