The Dakota Valley Symphony is beginning a new season, and the group has put out a call for local musicians and singers to fill out its ranks.
The Dakota Valley Symphony, or DVS, was created in 1986. The non-profit is sustained by volunteers: The DVS is comprised of a 60-member symphony orchestra, a 40-member mixed chorus and a 90-member Summer Pops orchestra and chorus—all of whom donate their time and talents to the group.
The DVS also offers aspiring local composers a place to premier their work.
Interested instrumentalists should contact Founder and Musical Director Stephen Ramsey at email@example.com to schedule an audition. No auditions are required to join the chorus, which is open to anyone able to attend rehearsals. Singers can contact Jean Rostollan at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive further information.
Rehearsals begin in September. The season officially begins on Oct. 14, with “An Afternoon at Pops: A Salute to John Williams.” It will conclude in April of 2013.