Community Chamber Orchestra Will Have Mini-Concert at the Clay Center Carnegie Library

This Friday the Community Chamber Orchestra is holding a free mini-concert at the Clay Center Carnegie Children’s Library, complete with five-minute mini-lessons on the violin, viola, cello, or bass.

Orchestra director, Dr. Anne Clark, is the recipient of the Marquis Who’s Who 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award in music. The orchestra was built thanks to contributions by individuals, organizations, and businesses, and is a project sponsored by Fractured Arts, a non-profit arts service organization. It draws from rural, small-town, and large-city populations in North Central Kansas.

The orchestra features professional soloists, as well as high school students, and is intergenerational, so senior citizens, young adults, and youth all play together. Which allows opportunities for concert experience for aspiring musicians.

The free event is for kids ages 6 and up and begins Friday, July 28th at 11:00 a.m. at the Clay Center Carnegie Children’s Library.

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