Kennebec Performing Arts Company is looking for Conductors!
The Kennebec Performing Arts Company is a regional, nonprofit music performing organization, which consists of a Jazz Band, a Chorus and a Wind Ensemble.
All the groups generally rehearse weekly and perform in the Fall and Spring Seasons. Each season usually consists of a weekly rehearsal for 12 weeks with a concert of 2 to 3 performances at the end of each period.
New musicians are always welcome, especially singers, oboe, French Horn and percussion players!
Musicians are of all ages and backgrounds with the common goal of community fun and high-level music performance.
With the recent retirement on the longtime director, Charles T. Milazzo, the Board of
Directors has decided to create director positions for each of these ensembles.
Interested candidates can reach out to us via the following link.
Please complete the application and hit submit. You can email us at: email@example.com if you have any questions.
Candidates will be contacted for interviews and auditions.
The Kennebec Performing Arts Company started as the Augusta Symphony Orchestra in 1920 under the direction of Ernest Hill, in order to provide musicians in the Kennebec area an opportunity to perform music, develop interest in choral music, the playing of woodwind, brass & percussion instruments and provide public service by presenting concerts and other performances.
Ernest Hill was still actively conducting in the 1960’s at Maine Music Camp on the campus of University of Maine at Farmington, where KPAC members Larry Deblois and Ralph Turner had the privilege of following his baton.
The name, Kennebec Performing Arts Company, (KPAC), was chosen to represent the many communities from which its performing members come as well as the variety of musical styles presented.
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