- Gregory Derecho, Sudbury, 16, BYS, Violin
- Eric Qin, Sudbury, 16, REP, Clarinet
- Connor Reinhold, Sudbury, 13, JRO, Viola
- James (Henry) Scott, Sudbury, 15, REP, Horn
- Rohan Shankar, Sudbury, 16, REP, Viola
- Lillian Vellom, Sudbury, 18, BYS, Bass
- Eugenia Zhang, Sudbury, 12, BYS, Violin
- Sammy Andonian, Lincoln, 15, BYS, Violin
- Uchenna Ndukwe, Lincoln, 13, JRO, Bass
Additional details about the 56th season Opening Concert can be found by clicking here.
These young musicians auditioned for BYSO in May of 2013. Of the 830 applicants, nearly 496 were chosen to become members of BYSO.
2. The Sudbury Cultural Council invites nonprofit organizations and agencies, schools, and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community for the 2013-2014 granting cycle. Applications must be postmarked by October 15, and applicants may apply for grants for programs that take place during an 18 month window of eligibility between July 1, preceding the application October deadline, and December 31, of the following year. That is, applicants may apply for projects that have already happened, with the knowledge that funding is not guaranteed.
For specific guidelines and complete information, contact Sudbury Cultural Council Chair Ellen Gitelman at email@example.com. Application forms and more information about the Local Cultural Council Program are available at www.mass-culture.org/lcc_public.aspx. Application forms are also available at Goodnow Public Library, Atkinson Pool, and Sudbury Town Hall.
3. The Sudbury Celebrates 375 Committee, established by the Town of Sudbury to spearhead its 375th anniversary in 2014, invites community groups and individuals, such as schools and religious institutions, arts and cultural groups, artists, historians, and businesses, to become a part of the historic occasion by initiating and creating events, programs, and exhibits connected to the 375th anniversary of the town’s incorporation.
All event and project ideas should be cleared in advance through the committee to avoid duplication of efforts. To discuss ideas or to request a speaker contact the committee firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Sudbury’s 375th anniversary celebration visit sudbury.ma.us/committees/Sudbury375 or on Facebook.4. Two residents of Sudbury, Bob Cargill and Phil Hollows, will be hosting their 25th Sudbury Social Tweetup on Thursday, September 26, at Bistro 20 at 120 Boston Post Road in Sudbury from 6:30-8:30 P.M.
The purpose of this networking event is to bring together business people, marketers and professionals who live or work in Sudbury and the surrounding communities who want to meet others from the area and learn more about social media such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube and blogs.
Bob and Phil host the Sudbury Social Tweetup on the last Thursday of each month. At each Tweetup, an informal discussion is held about different social media-related topics and issues.
The event is free to attend and sponsored by FeedBlitz (http://feedblitz.com/).
For more information on the event, please contact either Bob Cargill at Cargill123@gmail.com or Phil Hollows at email@example.com. To register to attend the event, go to http://sudburysocial.eventbrite.com/. If you decide to write about the event online, the hosts ask you to use the hashtag, #SudburySocial.
Thursday: Partly sunny. Cool northeast breeze. Still mid/upper 60s.
Friday: Mostly sunny skies. Upper 60s.
Saturday: Mostly sunny skies. Highs in the lower 70s. More clouds arrive by nightfall.