West Plains Community Orchestra is getting in tune
West Plains Community Orchestra conductor Dr. julian Gomez-Giraldo works with musicians at a recent rehearsal.
They may not be rock stars, but the members of the West Plains Community Orchestra have a passion for their music that is undeniable.
Since it's inception last spring the group has really shown progress and ability to incorporate new members and compensate if there is a lack of diversity in instruments.
At their most recent practice in the Eastern Washington University music hall, the orchestra had violins, flutes, clarinets and even a bassoon, which blended together filled the room with melodic harmony.
Amanda Scholer, director for the orchestra, recalled the difficulty from the initial...
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