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providencemandolin.org | The Providence Mandolin Orchestra
As best as can be determined the Providence Mandolin Orchestra (PMO) was first founded in 1914, marking 2014 as the group’s centenary. Newspaper articles and programs tell us of performances from the early era with Giuseppe Pettine and William Place Jr., both premier mandolin virtuosos in the United States during the instrument’s “Golden Age”. The modern version of the PMO dates from 1971, when it was revived by Hibbard Perry, who had been a student of Pettine’s. Over the past four decades the PMO has become the leading American mandolin ensemble with regular performances throughout the eastern United States and Western Europe.

The PMO champions the performance of contemporary music for mandolin ensemble, including many pieces written for the group. In the past several years the PMO has given world or American premieres of new works by Clarice Assad, Betty Beath, Richard Charlton, Jim Dalton, Owen Hartford, Victor Kioulaphides, Annette Kruisbrink, Stephen Lalor, Olaf Naslund, Michael Nix, Robert Schultz, Emile Stopler, Caroline Szeto, Francine Trester, Frank Wallace, and August Watters. Also over the past several years the PMO has embarked on an ambitious program of collaborative performances with leading European mandolin ensembles, including Het Consort (The Netherlands); the Ensemble a Plectre de Toulouse (France); the JZO NRW (Germany); and the Orchestra of the International Mandolin Academy (Italy), and the Saarländisches Zupforchester (Germany).

Since 1989 the PMO has been directed by Mark Davis. Davis began his guitar and mandolin studies with Hibbard Perry, and continued his studies with the pioneering German guitarist/conductor/composer Siegfried Behrend from whom he inherited his fascination with contemporary forms of musical expression.
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april 2017 by mandoisland
Bloomfield Mandolin Orchestra - Home
The Bloomfield Mandolin Orchestra is currently celebrating its 75th season, having originated in 1941 when a group of six musicians met in the backroom of a local barbershop to discuss their dream of forming a mandolin orchestra. In 1945 these music pioneers formed the Orange and Vicinities Mandolin Society, under the direction of Elia Ciricillo. The Bloomfield Mandolin Orchestra was under the direction of Conductor David Vallillo in December of 1949, but the orchestras often performed together. In the 1960s the members of four different mandolin orchestras decided to merge as the Bloomfield Mandolin Orchestra.
The orchestra operates under the auspices of the Bloomfield Federation of Music and is comprised of volunteer musicians from northern and central New Jersey. Mandola player Peter Longo of West Orange has been a member of the orchestra since its founding in 1941. The current members of the orchestra represent a vast cross section of backgrounds and careers. The orchestra has an extensive repertoire, which includes Italian favorites, traditional and popular American songs, Broadway selections, and operatic and classical orchestral music. Enrico Granafei became conductor of the orchestra five years ago, following a tenure of thirty-seven years by former conductor and arranger, Gabriele Nevola. An accomplished musician, composer and arranger, Maestro Granafei has enhanced the repertoire of the orchestra by including the arrangements and original compositions of musicians from many ethnic backgrounds and musical styles.
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april 2016 by mandoisland
SFMandolinOrchestra - YouTube
youtube channel of the San Francisco Mandolin Orchestra
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april 2016 by mandoisland
the New American Mandolin Ensemble NAME
In 2013 the American guitarist/ mandolinist/ conductor Mark Davis formed a ground-breaking new group of professional musicians to perform original contemporary music for plucked strings. The 7-member New American Mandolin Ensemble is comprised of three mandolins, two classical guitars, ‘liuto cantabile’ and string bass. While the New American Mandolin Ensemble champions the best of international composers for this medium, the group has a special interest in promoting works from the USA, as well as works reflecting jazz, folk and world influences.
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july 2015 by mandoisland
Unearthed In The Atomic Attic: The Colonel's Mandolin Band
The Colonel's Mandolin Band
Blogbeitrag mit einem Stück als Beispiel!
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february 2014 by mandoisland
The South Hadley Mandolin Orchestra - Adam R Sweet - Sweet Music Studio
The South Hadley Mandolin Orchestra was started by Adam R Sweet, in an effort to revive the beauty and popularity of the traditional mandolin orchestra, which was mainstream in the United States around the turn of the 20th Century. The Orchestra will be staffed by volunteers, and will feature musicians and composers from all around New England and beyond.
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february 2014 by mandoisland
Hampton Roads Mandolin Ensemble
The Hampton Roads Mandolin Ensemble is a group of enthusiastic players who enjoy the common language of music as performed on the mandolin family of instruments. Committed to introducing the mandolin to new audiences around the region, the Ensemble hopes that a new generation of mandolin players will continue the tradition of the mandolin ensembles and orchestras of times gone by.
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november 2013 by mandoisland
mahoppy - YouTube
Videos des Dayton Mandolin Orchestra DMO
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october 2013 by mandoisland
BAM blog: December 2011
Colgate Mandolin Club, 1911.
Jazz at the Brooklyn Academy of Music? At one time, it was unthinkable. When BAM opened in 1861, there was already controversy over presenting dramatic productions—even Shakespeare—that might even hint at being morally dubious. Since BAM was initially considered a “highbrow” institution, jazz practically had to sneak its way in.

Minstrel shows, once the country's most popular form of entertainment, are often credited as a DNA building block of jazz, and BAM presented a few of them. In 1910, the St. Charles Borromeo Holy Name Society hosted a minstrel show and reception featuring such songs as “When the Bell in the Light House Rings Ding Dong” and “Band! Band! Band!”
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july 2013 by mandoisland
Sandusky History: Mandolin Clubs in Sandusky
An article in the December 2, 1920 issue of the Sandusky Star Journal reported that Mr. H.L. McCullough, a math instructor at Sandusky High School, had recently established two Mandolin Clubs. Club members varied through the years, and included both adults and high school aged students. Pictured in the musical group above are: Carroll Post, mandolin; Verna Murphy, mandolin; Ella Aust, mandolin; Edwin Aust, guitar; and Mr. H.L. McCullough, guitar. In the early 1920s, members of the Mandolin Clubs provided musical entertainment for school events, church services, and for meetings of several area civic organizations. On February of 1921 a quartet from the Mandolin Club performed at a W.C.T.U. meeting in honor of the memory of Francis Willard, a well known temperance leader who had died on February 17, 1898. Live musical entertainment was an important part of the social life of Americans in the nineteenth century and early twentieth century.
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july 2013 by mandoisland
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Brockport Mandolin Club
Articles from the Brockport Republic
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july 2013 by mandoisland
Classical Mandolin Society of America
Orchestras and Groups

We've devoted an individual page for every quartet or orchestra we know of in the U.S. and Canada. Membership in CMSA is not a strict requirement for being listed here but many of the members of these groups are a part of CMSA. Of course we encourage all orchestras and ensembles everywhere to join us if they aren't already members! You can conveniently request a membership application or receive all of the necessary information to join at this site. And of course, it's not necessary to be a member of an orchestra to join CMSA!

If you are part of a mandolin organization that would like to be listed here, contact David Betts for additional information.
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june 2013 by mandoisland
Mandolinenorchester in den USA & Kanada / Mandolin orchestras in the USA & Canada - Google Maps
Meine Google Map mit den Mandolinenorchester in den USA & Kanada

My google map with the mandolin orchestras in the USA & Canada
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august 2012 by mandoisland
The Oregon Mandolin Orchestra and Its Mission
The Oregon Mandolin Orchestra was conceived by Elizabeth and Brian Oberlin in an effort to revive the beauty and popularity of the traditional mandolin orchestra, which was mainstream in the United States around the turn of the 20th Century. At that time, the mandolin orchestras were highly popular throughout the United States with most cities and high schools having their own.

With the emergence of folk music, the mandolin regained popularity, and mandolin orchestras have since burgeoned. Today, many U.S. cities have mandolin orchestras, and their presence abroad, which never waned, also continues to grow. The available body of music for mandolin orchestras is vast, ranging from classical to swing to jazz and everything in between.

The Oregon Mandolin Orchestra is partnered with the Glenn and Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center in Hillsboro. The Walters Cultural Arts Center is a magnificent facility, borne out of the same ideals as the Oregon Mandolin Orchestra —to nurture the growth of music and art as an integral part of the community.

One of the primary goals of the Oregon Mandolin Orchestra is to provide unique performance and educational opportunities for music enthusiasts of all ages and levels of expertise.

The Oregon Mandolin Orchestra has approximately thirty members and is comprised of mandolins, mandolas, mandocellos, and double basses. Within the Oregon Mandolin Orchestra is a smaller group of musicians—the Oregon Mandolin Chamber Orchestra—which rehearses and performs with, as well as separately from, the entire Orchestra, and, occasionally, hosts special guest musicians.
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january 2012 by mandoisland
Austin Mandolin Orchestra
Austin Mandolin Orchestra is dedicated to performing traditional and original works. We seek to nurture the community of mandolin players in central Texas and provide unique educational and performance opportunities for mandolin enthusiasts. - Joel Hobbs, Director
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november 2011 by mandoisland
Chris Acquavella Classical Mandolin and Guitar
Christopher Acquavella is a classical mandolinist & educator from San Diego, California, who currently lives in Detmold, Germany. He graduated First Class Honors from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance in London, England. Chris studied under the instruction of Alison Stephens. He performs classical repertoire on both modern and baroque mandolins, using period techniques. In 2004, Chris won the Wolfsan Foundation Music Award and was awarded the TCM Trust Silver Medal for String Studies in 2006. Chris Acquavella performs across Europe and America both in a solo and chamber music capacity. Aside from chamber music, he concertizes as a soloist & orchestral musician with various orchestras & ensembles throughout the world such as Trinity String Ensemble (UK), Dartington Festival Orchestra (UK), E.G.M.Y.O. (DE), GER Mandolin Orchestra (PL), Bach Collegium San Diego (USA), San Diego Opera (USA) and the San Diego Symphony (USA).
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Mandoleers Home Page
The Mandoleers are a Mandolin and Guitar Orchestra in the Finest American Tradition performing in the Washington D.C. Area. Founded in 1923 in Takoma Park, Maryland as “The Takoma Mandoleers” and rehearsing and performing every year since then. Our rehearsal site is in Arlington, Virginia, at the Clarendon United Methodist Church.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Seattle Mandolin Orchestra
The Seattle Mandolin Orchestra exists to preserve, promote, and extend America’s mandolin ensemble tradition. Featuring the entire mandolin family of instruments, including mandolin, mandola, mandocello, and mandobass, the orchestra offers an opportunity for musicians of any skill level to serve the Puget Sound community through performance, recordings, outreach, musical instruction, and publishing.

The Seattle Mandolin Orchestra is dedicated to revitalizing the mandolin ensemble and expanding its repertoire through commissions and arrangements. The orchestra's repertoire encompasses baroque, classical, jazz, and folk traditions.

It has been our pleasure to host and present to Northwest audiences many of the finest mandolin soloists and ensembles, including Carlo Aonzo and Elena Buttiero, Mike Marshall, Josh Pinkham, Evan Marshall, Duo LaRe (Chris Acquavella and Nate Jarrell), Joe Craven, Duo Capriccioso (Gertrud and Michael Troester), Richard Walz and Mari Tomizuka, Andre St. Clivier, Joan Martin Woodward, the Helsinki Mandoliners from Finland, and the Bavarian and Hessian state mandolin orchestras from Germany. In 2010 we hosted the 24th annual convention of the Classical Mandolin Society of America (CMSA).

The present group was founded in 1980 by Tom Moran. It later merged with the Seattle Mandolin Society, founded in 1968 by Jim Feroe, who recounts some of the group's history in this 1991 article published by CMSA. There were also earlier mandolin orchestras in Seattle, during the golden age of the mandolin (1880–1925). One of these groups was led by composer, arranger, and soloist Carlton Ostrander.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
The Sarasota Mandolin Orchestra | Mandolin Music
The Sarasota Mandolin Orchestra brightens Sarasota and its regional artistic area with marvelous performances to enthusiastic crowds of mandolin and music aficionados. Through the planning and directing of our conductor, Maestro Joseph Spinella, the S.M.O. shares inspiring music of the past and present with people of all backgrounds and interests: concert performances, churches, country clubs, restaurants, retirement centers , music festivals, local and regional conventions and meetings, and other welcoming places where quality music is enjoyed. Joseph Spinella sings many Italian favorites with the orchestra giving another heart stopping dimension to the show.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
San Diego Mandolin Orchestra | Kostenlose Musik, Tourdaten, Fotos, Videos
The San Diego Mandolin Orchestra was formed in 1968 by conductor Victor De Guide. When he retired in 1979, Jim Trepasso and Eugene Vacher took over as conductors and arrangers. Jim Trepasso is a retired music teacher from the San Diego City Schools, with degrees in music from Northern Michigan University. In addition to his teaching career in St. Louis, Coronado, and San Diego, he has played in numerous symphonies from Michigan, Kansas, Hawaii, and including the Army Band, the San Diego County Symphony and the San Diego City Guard Band. Jim was awarded the honor of "Band Director of the Year" for San Diego in 2000 for secondary music, and again in 2005 for elementary music. The San Diego Mandolin Orchestra were the hosts for the 2003 CMSA Convention. Gene Vacher, our former conductor who passed away recently at the age of 100, had a musical career that spanned several decades and included traveling around the world as Band Master in the US Army, retiring as Assistant Chief of Bands. Gene also played in the San Diego Symphony beginning in 1929, and taught in public schools. Gene was particularly gifted in creating orchestral arrangements, many of which are still played today. We enjoy performing in a variety of venues: community festivals & concerts, charity events, shopping centers, private parties, weddings, etc. Our instrumentation is similar to that of a classical string orchestra. Among our 35 members, we have first mandolins, second mandolins, mandolas, mandocellos, octave mandolins, guitars, string basses and a bass zither. We are also fortunate to have the talented Ted Scafidi leading the group as Concertmaster.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Pittsburgh Mandolin Society Web Page
About the Pittsburgh Mandolin Society

Pittsburgh, with its "melting pot" history, was an important city in the popularization of the mandolin The instrument was affordable to the working class immigrants who had arrived here, and could be easily purchased from the Sears catalogue. Mandolins were soon found in almost every ethnic neighborhood in the city.

From about 1890 to 1925, companies such as Gibson and Martin employed salesmen who traveled across the United States, selling instruments of the mandolin family. The salesmen quickly found that they could generate more sales by establishing mandolin orchestras in the towns they visited. Playing in the local mandolin orchestra became "all the rage" for the men and women of polite society. Mandolin orchestras soon became plentiful across the nation, with membership sometimes being contingent upon ethnicity, social status or political beliefs. Here is a picture of Pittsburgh Mandolin Orchestra that existed during that period.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Philadelphia Mandolin & Guitar Ensemble :: Welcome!
“Contemporary classical music for plucked string instruments
reflecting folk, jazz and world music influences”


The New American Mandolin Ensemble is a group of virtuoso artists dedicated to presenting original compositions for plucked strings. Championing the best of contemporary composers for this medium, the group has a special interest in promoting works from the USA.

The New American Mandolin Ensemble inspires the development of quality mandolin and guitar technique and repertoire through their concerts, recordings, and school appearances.

Based primarily in southern New England, the members of the New American Mandolin Ensemble are all involved professionally in some aspect of plucked strings, be it teaching, performing, or composing.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Mandolinist Brian Oberlin of Portland, Oregon
Oregon Mandolin Orchestra

In January of 2010, Brian and Elizabeth Oberlin founded the Oregon Mandolin Orchestra. Brian is the Music Director and Conductor. The twenty-five member Orchestra performs about eight concerts each year in the Portland area and is in partnership with the Glenn and Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center in Hillsboro.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
New York Mandolin Orchestra - Home Page
The New York Mandolin Orchestra was founded in 1924 by Samuel Firstman and named; New York Freiheit Mandolin Orchestra.

In the years following 1924, there were a number of other mandolin orchestras functioning in New York City:

- The Mandolin Symphonette
- New York Mandolin Symphony
- The Workmen's Circle Mandolin Orchestra
- The International Ladies Garment Workers Union Orchestra
- The International Workers Order Mandolin Orchestra
- The Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order Orchestra

During the 1980's, as their older members died, or moved to Florida, many orchestras began to disband, and the remaining members joined our orchestra. The New York Mandolin Orchestra, has continued uninterrupted music-making into its eighth decade!
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Cape Cod Mandolin Camp
The Cape Cod Mandolin Camp features public concerts, as well as a focused teaching and performance camp for mandolin players of all levels and learning styles -- from absolute beginners to advanced. Our faculty are all seasoned performers as well as experienced, professional and patient teachers.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Nashville Mandolin Ensemble
With its scintillating contemporary qualities, the Nashville Mandolin Ensemble has been hailed for revitalizing and reshaping a type of ensemble music that enjoyed nationwide popularity at the turn of the 20th century. Through its array of mandolins, mandola, mandocello, violin, guitar and bass, NME commands expressive string colors of kaleidoscopic range and variety.

Founded in 1991 by Butch Baldassari of the Blair School of Music, NME performs period arrangements for mandolin orchestra along with animated transcriptions of classical, jazz and pop music, along with new music from contemporary composers.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
The Montana Mandolin Society
Founded in 1999, The Montana Mandolin Society is one of two Nationally touring mandolin ensembles in America. In their nine-year history they have performed in concert across the country at International Festivals and Mandolin Conferences. Their four acclaimed CD's are currently getting international radio airplay. The Montana Mandolin Society's roots are in community performances, schools, workshops, and concerts across Montana. From its inception, their purpose has been to educate listeners about the flexible versatility of mandolins and mandolin music.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Minnesota Mandolin Orchestra
The Minnesota Mandolin Orchestra was formed in 1991 to preserve and foster the enjoyment of mandolin music.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
The Milwaukee Mandolin Orchestra ~ Home
The Bonne Amie Musical Circle, under the performance name "Milwaukee Mandolin Orchestra (MMO)," is the oldest fretted-instrument music organization in the United States. The Orchestra plays music arranged for 1st and 2nd mandolin, mandola, mando-cello, guitar, flute, mando-bass, percussion and voice. The MMO was organized in Milwaukee in 1900 and has been in continuous operation in this city since that time.

Led by Music Director Rene Izquierdo, the MMO's repertoire centers on the best in traditional American mandolin orchestra music (waltzes, tangos, marches and polkas) plus light classical, modern, Italian and Latin numbers. We regularly perform our unique repertoire at music festivals and concert halls around Wisconsin and occasionally outside the State of Wisconsin.

Twice, the MMO was honored to have appeared live on Garrison Keillor's internationally broadcast radio show, "A Prairie Home Companion."

The Milwaukee Mandolin Orchestra has been fortunate to perform with numerous internationally acclaimed artists such as: Ahlert and Schwab, Carlo Aonzo, Gustavo Batista, Sam Bush, Duo Capriccioso, Caterina Lichtenberg and John Dearman / Mirko Schrader, Dimitris Marinos, Evan Marshall, Mike Marshall and Andy Narell, the Modern Mandolin Quartet, Peter Ostroushko and Dean Magraw, the Don Stiernberg Trio, Guy Van Duser and Billy Novick.

As our Orchestra has done for 114 years, with the support of people like you, we will continue to sustain and advance America's mandolin orchestra heritage and traditions.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
The Mandolin Society of Central Indiana - Mandolindy
We are a group of amateur musicians dedicated to promoting, playing, and performing acoustic music featuring the mandolin. Part of our group has performed as "Mandolindy".
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Louisville Mandolin Orchestra
The Louisville Mandolin Orchestra is an acoustic ensemble of mandolins, mandolas, mandocellos, guitars and bass performing instrumental music from early baroque and renaissance to classical and modern. Formed in 1988 in Louisville, Kentucky, the LMO's mission has stayed the same: to revive the century-old tradition of community music-making and provide performance opportunities to players of all abilities, while bringing the world's best mandolinists and guitarists to Louisville audiences.

Within these web pages you'll find interesting reading about the early history of the LMO as documented by Robin Harris. For those who have contemplated starting a mandolin orchestra in your own home town you may find some valuable insights to help you on your journey.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Long Island Mandolin & Guitar Orchestra
Unique on Long Island, the Long Island Mandolin & Guitar Orchestra (LIMAGO) began in the 1950’s as an adult education class sponsored by the Levittown School District in Nassau County. It has since evolved into a non-for-profit organization with its aims being to preserve the music of the mandolin, to increase its awareness of the history and potential of the mandolin and to provide an educational as well as enjoyable listening experience.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra - Baltimore's Other Orchestra
The Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra, under the directorship of David T. Evans, is a Baltimore, Maryland-based ensemble of mandolins, mandolas, mandocellos, mandobasses, and classical guitars. We play a mix of classical music, marches, rags, show tunes,and a variety of other traditional compositions for mandolin orchestra. Please explore our site and find out more about us!
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september 2011 by mandoisland
ATLANTA MANDOLINs
Atlanta Mandolins was established in 1994, and is made up of mandolinists, guitarists and bassists, who have joined together to form the performing unit of the Atlanta Mandolin Society.
Under the direction of Robb Smith - conductor, music selections range from Turn of the Century Rags and Marches, Classical, Latin, Irish, Jazz, Brazilian, Ethnic compositions to Seasonal compositions. We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website!
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september 2011 by mandoisland
Dayton Mandolin Orchestra - DMO Home Page
The mission of the DMO is to enrich lives through the revival, preservation, and promotion of the mandolin family ensemble and its repertoire. We aim to enrich lives and serve the public though performance, education, and outreach. We are an all-volunteer group of musicians that share the commitment to community service through public musical performance. The DMO offers a unique, friendly, and supportive performance outlet that unites musicians of diverse backgrounds and ability levels.
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september 2011 by mandoisland
San Francisco Mandolin Orchestra
The San Francisco Mandolin Orchestra has grown rapidly in the last five years to become of the country’s finest mandolin orchestras. From its humble beginnings in 2005 as the Noe Valley Plucked String Orchestra, SFMO was originally comprised of mandolin students of Nicola Swinburne, who then conducted the orchestra. In 2009, Nicola handed the baton to Achille Bocus, who had been conductor of the Orchestra a Plettro, Città di Milano, one of Italy’s largest and oldest mandolin orchestras. Nicola Swinburne Bocus now manages the orchestra.

In 2010 SFMO has 20-25 regular players playing instruments of the mandolin family: mandolin, mandola, octave mandolin, and mandocello, in addition to guitar, double bass and harp. Our repertoire changes seasonally and is centered on one particular theme, and our seasons last 6 to 8 months. We love to explore music from different countries and time periods.
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august 2011 by mandoisland
Classical Mandolin Society of America
Welcome to the Classical Mandolin Society of America website!

CMSA members are found in nearly every state and province in North America as well as in several foreign countries. Our members play primarily mandolin, mandola, mandocello, guitar or bass and also include teachers, conductors and composers of mandolin music. However, it's not even necessary to be a musician to be a member!

Since the CMSA was formed in 1986, interest in classical mandolin has surged. It's the aim of CMSA to nurture the growth and assist those interested in pursuing the art of mandolin playing. CMSA remains at the forefront of things mandolinistic, and we're pleased to invite you to join us!

Die CMSA wurde auf dem Symposium durch Bruce Graybill präsentiert.
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october 2008 by mandoisland
Aurora Mandolin Home
The Aurora Mandolin Orchestra (AMO), the largest orchestra of its kind in the San Francisco Bay Area continues to perform many concerts to thousands of audi- ences at festivals and organizations throughout the area.
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june 2008 by mandoisland

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