President, Solano Symphony Orchestra
Solano Symphony Orchestra
Being the President of the Solano Symphony Orchestra requires good financial management, organizational and communication skills. You will be helping to promote the Symphony with the local community, local merchants and patrons of the arts. Having a basis of symphonic music helps, but is not a requirement. You will be spending a minimum of 5-10 hours per week in in management duties, which include communication, written and verbal skills, contact with local businesses and other arts groups. The Board of Directors meets monthly on the second Wednesday. Traditionally, meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. and are held at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in the Digerud Room, but currently meetings are held via Zoom at 4 p.m. due to COVID-19. Good and open communication with the musicians is important and ongoing.
About Solano Symphony Orchestra
P.O. Box 154, Fairfield, CA 94533, US
The mission of the Solano Community Symphony is to develop a quality community symphony drawing from local skilled musicians, and to create an opportunity for them to utilize, express, and develop their talents. Secondly, the organization is to perform for local audiences for their enjoyment, and for the advancement of the Arts in the area.
Under the baton of maestro Semyon Lohss, an honor graduate of the Leningrad Conservatory with nearly 30 years experience in orchestral and choral conducting, our symphony performs five concerts each season. Each concert is performed in Vacaville. SSO also works to engage youth in our community to expand their knowledge in music and showcase their talent through our annual Young Artist Competition and Salute to Youth Concert.