ASO advocates opening late September

ASO Advocates are a group of people aged 18-30 who are empowered to represent the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. They work together over the course of the year to drive and inspire engagement with orchestral music and the arts

ASO advocates opening late September

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Advocates get up close and personal with artists, help ASO reach new audiences, learn more about the orchestra and orchestral music, organise events and meet-ups and gain valuable arts experience. Their purpose is to build an inclusive and young community who are connected to the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.

Meet advocate Marissa Menezes:

Why do you believe it’s important for young people to experience the orchestra?

Orchestral music has survived centuries of history and orchestral pieces are reflective of various historical periods. Keeping it alive helps us connect with and celebrate this while encouraging the creativity and talent of its composers, conductors, musicians and everyone else involved. I would hate to think that young people are missing out on such a magically rich experience.

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Interested in becoming an Advocate? Becoming an Advocate is a rewarding way to support your orchestra. Applications for the  2020 Advocacy program will open on Mon 30 Sep, and this process includes an interview.

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