Some final notes for those attending the camp, friends and family…
If you need to contact us during the camp:
Applicants will have received a complete timetable for the camp in e-mail.
7th July 2017 (Friday)
9th July 2017 (Sunday)
||Open rehearsal begins
||Leave site by this time
Rehearsals, including the open rehearsal, will all be held in the Assembly Hall. This room is in the same building as the Camp Clayton Office and the Dining Room. It is to the left of the Camp Clayton Reception and to the right of the Dining Room Foyer.
What to Bring
The complete list of what to bring is in the Information Sheets.
During the camp we will be reading from the Bärenreiter Urtext edition of the Beethoven Symphony No. 3. You are no longer required to bring your own sheet music.
As of Friday morning, the weather forecast for Ulverstone gives an 80% chance of rain on Friday, 60% on Saturday and 20% on Sunday. We recommend packing a raincoat.
Temperatures will range from 3°C to 12°C. Pack sheets, blankets, sleeping bags and hot water bottles accordingly.
There will be no rehearsals at the City Baptist Church on the 7th of July 2017. Musicians who registered for the Winter Orchestra Workshop should assemble the items listed in the WOW Information Sheets and go to Camp Clayton. If that doesn’t apply to you, your school holidays begin a few hours early.
The next rehearsal of the Piccolo Strings, Intermezzo Strings and Launceston Symphony Orchestra will be on the first Friday of term 3: the 28th of July 2017. For other rehearsal dates, see the Rehearsals page.
Recordings from the mid year concert are also now online. To hear them, visit the 2017 Mid Year Concert page in the Galleries.
||Friday, 30th June 2017, 7:30pm
||City Baptist Church, 11 Frederick St, Launceston
||Gold coin donation
Instructions to Members
Rehearsal Timetable for the 30th of June 2017
All rehearsals will be on the City Baptist Church stage. This means that only one orchestra will be able to rehearse at a time. Please arrive in good time for your rehearsal and leave the stage efficiently so the next orchestra can set up.
|Launceston Symphony Orchestra
For this concert, the Intermezzo Strings will join the LSO in wearing all black concert dress.
||Purple LYCO shirts or black top over black/dark colours
||Black top over black skirt or trousers
||Black shirt over black skirt or trousers
Orchestra members may wait in the church between the rehearsal and the start of the concert.
Please bring your own music stand and a plate of food to share for supper.
Jack in the Box
As Evening Falls
R. Anne Svendsen
Into the Dragon’s Den
arr. Michael Story
The Well-Tempered Clavier
Part 2 № 1 Prelude and Fugue in C Major (BWV 870)
Johann Sebastian Bach
Launceston Symphony Orchestra
L’Arlésienne Suite № 2
arr. Fritz Hoffmann
Symphony in B Minor (D.759)
1. Allegro moderato
The Lord of the Dance
1. Cry of the Celts
2. The Lord of the Dance (Simple Gifts)
Ronan Hardiman & Elder Joseph Brackett
arr. Larry Moore
Along with the Winter Orchestra Workshop, the LYCO organises the annual Residential Summer String Camp, now in its 28th year. This will run from 14th January 2018 to 20th January 2018, and applications are now open.
To apply, start at the RSSC Application page.
The main work will be Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 in E♭ major (“Eroica”). The fee is $225, or $200 for LYCO members, with a $20 increase after 31st May 2017. The camp will run from the afternoon of 7th July 2017 (Friday) to 9th July 2017 (Sunday).
Other details and application forms may be found on the Winter Orchestra Workshop page.
Due to the Tasmanian term dates for 2017, we will be missing three consecutive Fridays. Once the second term of 2017 begins, rehearsals for all three orchestras will resume on the 5th of May.
For the complete list of rehearsal and concert dates, see the Rehearsals page.