The Lewisville Lake Symphony recently announced its new Symphony Intern program for students in the 6th through 12th grades.
“We are looking for a select group of students who are excited by great music,” said Margaret Wells, Chair of the Symphony’s Civic Relationships Group.
“In return for helping the House Front team at performances, the Interns will receive community service credits and an opportunity during final rehearsals to sit on stage among members of the LLS all-professional orchestra under the baton of Maestro Adron Ming.”
Prospective Interns need a letter of recommendation from their band director, orchestra director, choir director, private music teacher, or classroom teacher.
Part of the selection process will be based on an essay of 400 words or less on either of two topics – “How does music help in other areas of life?” or “What makes live music more exciting than recorded music?”
Full details of the Symphony Intern program are available at www.lewisvillesymphony.org/interns.htm.