Auburn Symphony moves online with playlists, archival concerts, music education content

Posted on: July 8, 2020

“Auburn Symphony Orchestra Director Wesley Schulz has curated a selection of orchestral songs about the American experience to put local folks in a celebratory mood,” reads an unsigned article in Thursday’s (7/2) Auburn Reporter (Federal Way, WA). “The music is available as a shared Spotify playlist and can be found on the website www.auburnsymphony.org/watch-and-listen, and on their social media pages, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Auburn Symphony has a number of digital offerings patrons can enjoy from home. As part of Symphony Sundays, ASO selects a different piece of music from the archives each week. The live recording is released on SoundCloud, and a member of the orchestra introduces the piece and its significance via video. Both audio and video links are distributed in a weekly email and posted on social media. More can be found on the Auburn Symphony website. The Watch and Listen page is updated regularly with links to Auburn Symphony recordings as well as streaming content from other local and national music organizations. The Learn from Home page is updated regularly with music education content appropriate for all ages.”