Quinte Symphony

Site: Belleville

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Names
Former Name Eastern Ontario Concert Orchestra
Notes
Public Comments Quinte Symphony self-presents a 4-concert MasterWorks classical series and one Pops concert, all with full orchestra. Ensemble performances for school education and community outreach events are also offered throughout the year.
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Belleville
Address & Map
Mailing Address c/o Quinte Symphony 
PO Box 22113 
Belleville, ON K8N 2Z5
Bus Route Notes Belleville Transit Map
Physical Access Partially Accessible
Extra Transportation yes
Description and Services
Description (Service) Symphony performs self-produced symphony concerts from September to May.  
Education programs have been offered to area schools.  
Small ensembles are available for approved community events  
Referrals are offered for hiring musicians for weddings and special occasions 
 
Rehearsals: Professional and amateur musicians from central-eastern Ontario gather from September to May on Sunday evenings from 7 until 10 pm
Hours Irregular, call Debbie Shaw, President, for details. 613 438 7430
Areas Served Hastings County ; Lennox and Addington County ; Prince Edward County ; Hastings County ; Lennox and Addington County ; Prince Edward County, Northumberland County
Boundaries Colborne-Napanee, Bancroft-Picton
Eligibility Ages: 15 year(s) and up 
 
No restrictions
Application Musicians must audition for Music Director, Dan Tremblay.
Languages English
Fees None
Service Categories Music Performances
Contact Information
Office Phone no phone contact
E-Mail tqs.greatmusic@gmail.com
Website thequintesymphony.com
Social Media Facebook Twitter
Primary Contact Debbie Shaw, President, Quinte Symphony; Phone: 613-438-7430; Email: dshaw110@icloud.com
Other Details
Established 1960
Funding Provincial - Ontario Arts Council ; Grants ; Fundraising ; Donations ; Fees ; Provincial - Ontario Arts Council ; Grants ; Municipal: City of Belleville; Fundraising ; Donations ; Fees ; Earned revenue - ticket sales, program advertising, concert concessions; Private Sector revenue - individual donations, corporate sponsorships, foundation grants, fundraising events
Elections Annual General Meeting held in September. Maximum of 16 board members.
Print Material Brochure released early summer for upcoming season.
Accreditation Yes

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