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Orchestra of New Spain

  • The Orchestra of New Spain is a versatile body of more than 40 instrumentalists and singers steeped in the performance of early music, with a specialty in Spanish and American Hispanic music. Its principal repertory is drawn from manuscripts found in the court, public, and cathedral archives of Spain, whence its Music Director has edited, and the Orchestra has performed more than 100 little-known works.

    It annually produces seven repertories played in some 12 concerts. The Orchestra’s theatrical, educational, and touring activities offer its public a fascinating experience of a little-known aspect of Spanish musical life.

    If you are interested in serving on this board, please contact Grover Wilkins III at gw3.newspain@gmail.com 

    • The Orchestra of New Spain is looking for two new board members to begin terms in the summer of fall of 2024. Board members should:
    • Have Hispanic heritage or familiarity with Hispanic culture and know Spanish (not required but preferred)
    • Have an interest in Spanish and New World Hispanic culture, particularly in art forms
    • Have a connection with the Hispanic community in DFW (e.g. through the Latino Cultural Center or Catholic diocese, etc.)
    • Have an interest in music education through public school systems (e.g. DISD)
    • Must be available to meet with the board every three months
    • Engage in volunteer opportunities surrounding The Orchestra’s annual concerts – attendance is welcomed but not required
  • Board service terms last one year or more.


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