Friday, 02 December 2022

LCSA delays string classes, community orchestra rehearsals due to COVID-19 concerns

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — String classes and rehearsals for the new community orchestra originally scheduled to begin in September have been postponed by the Lake County Symphony Association.

Sue Condit, conductor of the LCSA Community Orchestra, said the sign-up date for string classes has been changed from September to December.

Classes and rehearsals will likely start in January of 2022.

“We’re pleased with the high level of community interest in the classes and the community orchestra and have already sent emails to those who expressed interest in participating to inform them of the date change,” said Condit. “Unfortunately, due to the uptick in the COVID virus and new safety protocols necessary to keep everyone safe in rehearsals, we felt a delay was necessary.”

Condit said the situation will be reevaluated in December. “If everything looks good, we plan to start up on Jan. 9, 2022.”

For the latest updates and for information about all upcoming LCSA events, visit the group’s website.

Debra Fredrickson works with the Lake County Symphony Association.

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