2013 - 2014
The Lewisville Lake Symphony selects its Symphony Interns from students in the 8th through 12th grades. "We were looking for a select number of students who are excited by great music," says Ms. Margaret Wells, Chair of the Symphony's Civic Relationships Group. "In return for helping the House Front team at performances, the Interns get community service credits and an opportunity during final rehearsals to sit on stage among members of the LLS all-professional orchestra under the baton of maestro Adron Ming."
The Symphony Intern program is now closed to new applicants. It will reopen on July 1, 2013.
The program's mission is to foster the long term enjoyment of great music and to encourage student musicians.
The non-refundable application fee is $30. This becomes the Intern's Membership Fee for the first semester if accepted into the program.
The program is limited to fifteen committed students in 8th - 12th grades.
Assist with House Front activities at concerts (handing out programs, click counting the audience, ushering, etc.) Dress should be appropriate concert attire and not school clothes.
Following the two semester term as a Symphony Intern, students are invited to become a Symphony Associate and continue their work with the Symphony by providing assistance at concerts. The position as a Symphony Associate may be held until graduation from college.
A fee of $30 is due for each semester. Interns continuing a second semester need not write another essay or submit another teacher recommendation letter.
 A letter of recommendation by choir director, band director, orchestra director, private lesson teacher, or classroom teacher.
One parent ticket will be issued for each Intern membership. Interns, working at a concert, will be seated in available seats in the hall right before the start of the concert. In the event that all interns are not needed to work at a concert, a ticket will be reserved for the non-working Intern.
 A typed essay (400 words or less) on one of the two following topics:
 Completed application.
The $30 check should be sent through the US Postal System to:
Applications are not being accepted at this time. The program will reopen for applications on July 1st.
The completed and signed application and the teacher recommendation may be scanned and sent as an email attachment along with the essay (Microsoft Word preferred), and photo. Send the email to:
More Information please send an e-mail to:
Recognition of student'
s interest in great music.
The 2012-13 Team