• Audition With Us!

    Symphonicity is an auditioned, non-union, volunteer community orchestra that is primarily governed by the musicians. We "play for the love of music" but membership requires a strong minimum standard in musicianship and work ethic. Official membership grants full voting rights with opportunities to serve and lead on the board of directors and committees.


    Although most sections have a waitlist, new players are often added throughout the year. A current substitute list is also maintained. Extra "pops" concerts and certain chamber music events often provide performers with limited monetary compensation.


    * Rehearsals occur on Tuesday evenings 7:45pm - 10pm in Virginia Beach, VA.


    We would love for YOU to be a part of our Symphonicity family! Rolling auditions are scheduled as-needed throughout the season. Please contact one of our managers for your section to get more details.

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    Chorus Auditions


    Every year we bring together over one hundred singers to perform with the orchestra. Recent examples have included Verdi's Requiem, Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 "Ode to Joy" and John Rutter's "Gloria."


    Auditions for the "Earth, Wind & Fire" season will be held on Oct. 22. Please fill out this form to audition or to sign up to sing. (Auditions are required for those who have never sung with Symphonicity or who are not currently singing with an Adult Auditioned choir.) Questions? Please contact the Chorus Manager.

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    Danielle Fagan

    Strings Personnel Manager

    String Auditions will be held on August 30, 2022, & January 3, 2023, at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts. There are opportunities for both full orchestra and chamber music playing.


    To find out more, email Danielle Fagan for details!

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    Alan Brown


    Personnel Manager

    Our routine wind, brass and percussion roster is full but we do maintain and utilize a substitute list many times throughout the season or when we need to have larger than usual instrumentation.


    Email Alan Brown to find out how you can be considered!