Call to Local Musicians for “Harmony” Performance

Palm Beach County residents will have the opportunity to play with Palm Beach Symphony at "Harmony: An Exhibition of the Arts" May 21

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Musicians performing at "Harmony" in 2019. Photos courtesy of the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority
Musicians performing at “Harmony” in 2019. Photos courtesy of the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority

The West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District launched a call for artists to perform with the Palm Beach Symphony at this year’s “Harmony: An Exhibition of the Arts” on Saturday, May 21.

This annual event is an opportunity for local notable musicians to showcase their talents in front of a diverse crowd of thousands at the Meyer Amphitheater along downtown West Palm Beach’s picturesque waterfront.

Interested applicants must be Palm Beach County residents and must provide a music score for rehearsals with the symphony. A full list of requirements and the entry form can be found here. The deadline for submission is Monday, March 7.

“Harmony” is a perfect way for local families, friends, and neighbors to bring a blanket and picnic basket and enjoy a relaxing afternoon of classic music favorites. “Harmony” is free to attend and is sponsored by the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority.

For more information about the event, click here or call (561) 833-8873.

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