WIND & STRING ORCHESTRA
WIND & STRING ORCHESTRA is mainly for high school youth. The orchestra plays symphony orchestra music as well as music meant for wind orchestras and string orchestras respectively. Here, you get to take on a bigger responsibility for your section and for how the sections work together. You play different kinds of repertoires and further your knowledge of orchestra work.
Age: ca 13–17 years
Instrument experience: 5–7 years
Orchestra experience: Good
Participation fee: 450 SEK/participant
The track starts on Saturday June 18 after lunch and ends with Wind & String in Concert on Tuesday June 21 in the evening.
Participates in the following concerts:
Festival Concert – Tuseday June 21, ScandinaviumWind & String in Concert – Tuesday June 21, Concert Hall (Stora Salen)
Participants should be well rehearsed on the sheet music at camp start
The times are approximate until the schedule comes out, and rounded to the closest half hour. Registration is open from 10 am on the first day.
Saturday June 18: 13.00–18.00
Sunday June 19: 10.00–17.00
Monday June 20: 9.00–17.30
Tuesday June 21: 10.00–19.30
First selectionIncludes applications that arrive by December 14, 2021Admission notice will be sent by January 14, 2022
Second selectionIncludes applications that arrive by February 4, 2022Admission notice will be sent by February 24, 2022
Remaining slotsApplication for remaining slots open February 15–April 13, 2022
Admission notices sent continuously
13 years or older without adult
Child under 13 years with adult
13 years or older with adult
Holst, G: 2nd Suite for militairy band 4. Fantasia on the “Dargason”
Sibelius, J: Finlandia, arr Schorer
Bernstein, L: Somewhere, arr Longfield
Mozart, W.A: Eine kleine Nachtmusik
Trad.: Sønderho Bridal Trilogy: 2. Brudestycke, arr Danish String Quartet
Holst, G: St Paul 2nd Suite: 1 Jig, Vivace
Powell, J: How to Train Your Dragon, arr O'Loughlin
Salomonsson, M: The Adventurous Kid
Trad.: Sol di Manha, arr Garcia
Tin, C: Baba Yetu
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Marjolein has a double degree in flute and wind band conducting. She grew up in the southern Netherlands where there is a big tradition in wind band music, and she has worked a lot with youth orchestras. Marjolein is a flutist in the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and has attended Side by Side for several years as an instructor and conductor for the older participants.
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