For Immediate Release
DALLAS — The Brookhaven College School of the Arts String Ensemble is tuning up for a new season, this time under new leadership.
Matson Topper, new lead professor in the Music Department, will take the baton for the ensemble this season.
Topper, a former violinist with the Florida Symphony Orchestra of Orlando, comes to Brookhaven College from Valdosta State University where he was a music instructor and conductor for the VSU String Ensemble.
The Brookhaven College String Ensemble performs on campus and throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth community. The ensemble includes violin, viola, cello and bass and rehearses on Monday afternoons.
Auditions are not required, but prior experience on a string instrument and the ability to sight read are required.
For more information on the String Ensemble or lessons offered by Brookhaven College music staff, call 972-860-4102 or e-mail mTopper@dcccd.edu.
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