OARE STRING ORCHESTRA The only specialist string orchestra in Kent. Based near Faversham.
Oare String Orchestra has taken part in many events outside the immediate area: the orchestra has played in France, Holland and Denmark as well as in festivals both in Kent and elsewhere in England. The orchestra is always interested in taking part in new ventures. The orchestra can also supply either a full string orchestra or smaller groups of string players on a commercial basis. Please contact the Chairman for further information.   We are very pleased that the orchestra has applied for, and received, recognition as a charitable body. The aims of the orchestra are stated in its constitution: "To promote, improve, develop and maintain public education in the art and science of music for string orchestra; by the presentation of public concerts and recitals and by other such ways as the society through its Committee shall determine from time to time." The Trustees of the orchestra are listed here.   The orchestra endeavours to maintain a high standard of playing, many of its members having received professional training. Membership is by invitation. If you would be interested in playing with the orchestra, please contact the Musical Director.   Wind players are occasionally invited to join the orchestra. If you would be interested in joining us on these occasions, please contact the Musical Director.   The orchestra is pleased to be affiliated to Making Music, the National Federation of Music Societies, which supports and champions voluntary music.
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OARE STRING ORCHESTRA The only specialist string orchestra in Kent. Based near Faversham.
Oare String Orchestra has taken part in many events outside the immediate area: the orchestra has played in France, Holland and Denmark as well as in festivals both in Kent and elsewhere in England. The orchestra is always interested in taking part in new ventures. The orchestra can also supply either a full string orchestra or smaller groups of string players on a commercial basis. Please contact the Chairman for further information.   We are very pleased that the orchestra has applied for, and received, recognition as a charitable body. The aims of the orchestra are stated in its constitution: "To promote, improve, develop and maintain public education in the art and science of music for string orchestra; by the presentation of public concerts and recitals and by other such ways as the society through its Committee shall determine from time to time." The Trustees of the orchestra are listed here.   The orchestra endeavours to maintain a high standard of playing, many of its members having received professional training. Membership is by invitation. If you would be interested in playing with the orchestra, please contact the Musical Director.   Wind players are occasionally invited to join the orchestra. If you would be interested in joining us on these occasions, please contact the Musical Director.   The orchestra is pleased to be affiliated to Making Music, the National Federation of Music Societies, which supports and champions voluntary music.
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