DETROIT (WWJ) – The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is stringing together a unique opportunity for amateur musicians.

“Come on by to pick up your instrument,” says Ben Buerninger with the DSO. “To play with some of your friends, your peers, rehearse in a really great rehearsal space and maybe interact with some DSO musicians as well.”

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Beginning Tuesday October 11, amateur musicians who play the viola, violin, cello and bass could be part of a new adult ensemble. The Wu family academy has created a Detroit Symphony community orchestra and is in need of musicians to fill the chairs.

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“If it’s something that maybe you played back in high school or maybe you practice at home for fun but you want to get out of the house with it — this is a great opportunity to do that,” says Buerninger.

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Tune up and register first — find more information about the DSO opportunity [HERE].