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Crossroads Strings New!

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It shall be the purpose of the Crossroads Strings to provide a musical experience of the highest quality for advanced young string players to develop their talents along with adult string players throughout the greater Crossroads area to prepare and present quality string performances. Crossroads Strings is an educational outreach of the Victoria Symphony, working in cooperation with Victoria College.

For more information, contact vsoeducation@sbcglobal.net.

Crossroads Community Band 2015/2016

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If you have played a school band instrument in years past and would like to play once more, you are welcome to join 50-60 adult and youth musicians from all walks of life and ages. Members hail from several towns in the Crossroads. CCB is under the direction of Ken Peach. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings from 7-9 p.m. at Victoria College band hall during the 2015/2016 school year. The band hall is located at the VC Fine Arts building on 2200 E. Red River. Talented high school and college students are encouraged to play. The band performs roughly 2-3 times in the fall and 3-4 times in the spring at different venues around Victoria. Check us out at www.ccbvictoria.org. For more information, contact CCB President, Carlos Gonzalez at carlosgonzalez1898@gmail.com.

“The mission of the Crossroads Community Band is to provide adult and talented young musicians the opportunity to present quality wind band performances for the Crossroads region.”

Corps of Volunteers Check this out!

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The Corps of Volunteers is composed of community minded adults, men and women, who wish to support the programs of the Victoria Symphony. These volunteers assist in various ways, but for education programs, volunteers can accompany and work with the travelling instrument petting zoo to various school campuses throughout the school year. An interest and desire to work with elementary age children is a must for education volunteers!

The VSO Instrument Petting Zoo Liaison supervises and directs all volunteers at each campus. Volunteers agree to attend a training session with the IPZ Liaison and Director of Education prior to their involvement with petting zoo visits on school campuses. All volunteers will undergo a background check, at VSO expense, and shall provide their own transportation to schools.

Opportunities may also be available to work the instrument petting zoo during intermission at VSO Master Series concerts! For more information, contact vsoeducation@sbcglobal.net or call (361) 576-4500.

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