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Glasgow Senior Citizens’ Orchestra is an amateur orchestra aimed mainly at older players. They play light classics and selections from musicals and give about 15 concerts a year to older people's groups.
They practise regularly every Thursday afternoon in Clarkston Halls, Couper Institute, Clarkston, Glasgow G44 3PA. Spectators are welcome!
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Telephone: 01355 279929Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The orchestra recently played at Renfrewshire’s Agefest – Festival for Older People, which takes place every year.
Sandy and his team have attended many events throughout the West Region, playing free of charge and entertaining people wherever they go. Their dedication, excellence and professionalism has yet to be matched.
- Linda Anderson, Age Scotland Development Officer
The orchestra love playing for older people’s groups. It’s lovely to see so many people get so much pleasure from our music.
- Sandy Morton, Conductor
Contact Charlie Murphy, Development Officer for Glasgow. Call 0141 427 5145.
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