Wymondham Symphony Orchestra seeks new leader

A south Norfolk-based amateur orchestra is on the hunt for a new leader.

Wymondham Symphony Orchestra is looking for a new leader who plays violin to a professional standard, is capable of taking string rehearsals and can act as a deputy for the musical director.

The group's current leader, Ralph Chadwick, has indicated that he wishes to stand down at the end of the season in July, but will remain as a playing member.

Andrew Parnell, conductor of the orchestra, added: 'The orchestra committee is now looking for the right person with the specific qualities to continue Ralph's excellent work. The orchestra prides itself on being a friendly group of players and this will be a hugely rewarding high-profile role for the right candidate.'

Wymondham Symphony orchestra is an amateur orchestra playing a wide variety of music to a very high standard. The orchestra rehearses every Tuesday evening from 7.45pm to 9.45pm at Wymondham High School during term time and gives at least three concerts each year in Wymondham Abbey and other venues in south Norfolk.

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To find out more, contact the orchestra's president Adrienne Cleary on 01953 789637 or visit www.wymondhamsymphonyorchestra.org.uk

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