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Karen Spechler performs in SBCC Symphony Orchestra!

  • May 13, 2013
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The Santa Barbara City College Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1969 by Jack Ullom. Today, Jim Mooy controls the baton. The 55-piece Symphony incorporates talented members of the community as well as college and high school students. They meet Tuesday evenings to prepare for their major performance of each semester.

Karen at Concert Playing
Karen Spechler playing Cello

Every school these days depends on special events to continue to fund their programs. Your support of the next SBCC Symphony Orchestra is greatly appreciated. Join us for an enjoyable evening of local talent. The SBCC Concert Choir will be performing with the Symphony and featuring solos by some very talented members.

Among the Santa Barbara City College alumni is music star, Katy Perry. When you attend a performance of the SBCC Symphony Orchestra, you never know if you are experiencing the next greatest musician produced by the school.

Timing and talent is everything in orchestra performance as well as real estate. Your local Southern California Coldwell banker real estate agent, Karen Spechler, performs in the Santa Barbara City College Symphony Orchestra on the cello. See her in action at the upcoming performance. Then you will understand why Karen is such a success in real estate. Her detailed services and success rate make her a high demand artist!

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