People of all ages from Boca Falls homes can participate in the Florida Intergenerational Orchestra. Even if you’re not musical, it’s well worth going to one of the orchestra’s exciting concerts. Lorraine Marks-Field is the founder and conductor of the orchestra. She has an extensive background in musical education and has taught music in several different schools. She is also a talented performer herself on both the piano and viola and plays viola in the Sunrise Pops Orchestra. Ms. Marks-Field brings both her educational and performance background to encourage all members of the intergenerational orchestra.
Everyone living in Boca Falls and Boca Raton homes should make plans to celebrate the winter holidays with the orchestra at the play-along and sing-along virtual holiday concert on Sunday, December 12th at 3 p.m. The event is free and will include both Christmas and Hanukkah favorite tunes. If you want to attend, send an email to email@example.com. You’ll receive the Zoom meeting number and code, sheet music so you can practice, and the sing-along songs.
People Living in Boca Falls Support the Orchestra in Many Ways
In addition to auditioning to play in the orchestra, there are many other ways for music lovers in Boca Falls homes to get involved. Consider becoming a member by making a donation to the Annual Fund. Members enjoy perks like attendance at open rehearsals and other behind the scenes access. You can also volunteer to assist with audience development, fundraising, and community relations. Business owners and community organizations can support the orchestra through sponsorship. In return, they receive recognition for their support, which raises their profile in the community.
Visit the Florida Intergenerational Orchestra online. You’ll find photos and videos of the orchestra playing, the history of the orchestra, biographies of orchestra members, and a link to donate. Keep up with all the news about the orchestra by following their Facebook page.