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AUDITIONS

Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra (GSO), will hold auditions for new members on Tuesday, September 19, 2017. Auditions are by appointment only and are open to all talented non-professional, professional and college student musicians. Exceptional high school student instrumentalists will also be considered. Musicians wishing to audition are asked to prepare a short piece of their own choosing. Sight-reading materials will be provided at the appointment. To schedule an appointment, please follow the link below.

We are placing musicians for all Adult orchestras of GSMAC: Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra and Ballet Orchestra. Musicians may audition on string instruments, Brass, Woodwinds, Percussion or Harp.

Founded in 2005, Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra (GSO) is under the direction of Robert Trocina. GSO is comprised of approximately 90 musicians from all walks of life from Gwinnett and the surrounding region. GSO is made up of primarily volunteer musicians with a few key professional musicians. Many of these musicians have been loyal members of the symphony since its inception. Members include music faculty from New School of Music, local school music programs and universities, and community musicians. GSO performs multiple concerts per season including masterworks, family concerts, sensory friendly concerts, young people’s concerts and combined concerts with our symphony chorus, jazz orchestra and Northeast Atlanta Ballet. GSO sponsors a youth piano concerto competition and hosts international conductors annually. Membership in GSO is by audition with the conductor or by invitation. Interested musicians may enquire about membership throughout the year based on chair availability.

Founded in 2010, Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra (GSCO) is under the direction of Dr. Gregory Pritchard. GSCO serves as the education outreach orchestra of Gwinnett Symphony Musical Arts Consortium and each performance contains key educational components developed to educate our youth musicians in Gwinnett County. The ensemble and will vary in size accordingly to the programming with the average concert consisting of approximately 25-40 musicians. GSCO is comprised of musicians from all walks of life from Gwinnett and the surrounding region. GSCO is made up of primarily volunteer musicians with a few key professional musicians. Members include music faculty from New School of Music, local school music programs and universities, and community musicians. Membership in GSCO is by audition with the conductor or by invitation. Interested musicians may enquire about membership throughout the year based on chair availability.

Founded in 2007, Northeast Atlanta Ballet Orchestra (NEABO) is under the direction of founding conductor, Robert Trocina, and serves as the orchestra Northeast Atlanta Ballet's full length performances of Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker, Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty ballets, Prokofiev's Cinderella ballet, and our original family production of Peter Pan. NEABO is comprised of approximately 50 musicians primarily from Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra. NEABO is made up of both volunteer and professional musicians. Orchestra Members include music faculty from New School of Music, local school music programs and universities, and community musicians. Membership in NEABO is by audition with the conductor or by invitation. Interested musicians may enquire about membership throughout the year based on chair availability.