Are you interested in becoming a Spectrum musician? We’d love to hear from you! Just contact us below with your name, email, phone number, instrument and background. We’ll contact you soon!

Current Openings

Spectrum is looking for some additional musicians to help make great music. There are open positions in Violin, Cello, Trombone, Oboe, and Viola sections.

Spectrum welcomes all adult musicians who are willing to work hard and practice diligently. No formal audition is required, but you may be asked to play as part of an interview with the chair of the musicians committee and the music director to facilitate seating assignments.

Take a look at our planned repertoire. If you’d like to take a look at the parts, most of the music we play can be downloaded from www.imslp.org.

We are always looking to add qualified musicians to our sub list. So whatever you play, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Our Rehearsals

We rehearse on Thursday evenings 7:00 – 9:30 pm at Northbrook Presbyterian Church – 22055 W 14 Mile Rd, Beverly Hills, MI 48025.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who can join Spectrum Orchestra?

How competitive is Spectrum Orchestra?

How much experience do I need to join Spectrum Orchestra?

What is expected of me if I join the Spectrum Orchestra?

Do I have to play the entire season?

What is it like being in Spectrum Orchestra?

Musician Application

Music Training

E.g. List bands, orchestras or other ensembles you have performed with

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Which instrument(s) do you wish to play in Spectrum Orchestra?
Do you sing or you play other musical instruments?
  • Knowledge and Musicianship

    Perform with conductors that know each score in its entirety, before they take to the podium for the first rehearsal.

  • Deliberate Leadership

    Be part of an organization managed with a eye toward the bigger picture.

  • Dedicated Musicians

    Perform with dedicated amateur musicians with diverse backgrounds.

  • Make Music a Journey

    Carry the listener from one melody to the next. It’s about everything in the middle, not the ending.

  • Have Fun

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