Notice of Annual General Meeting
Halifax/K’jipuktuk, NS – You are invited to attend the Symphony Nova Scotia 2021/22 Annual General Meeting. The meeting will report on the past 2021/22 season, and will include the election of the 2022/23 Board of Directors.
- Date: Monday, October 3, 2022
- Time: 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
- Place: Halifax Central Library Paul O’Regan Hall & Online (streamed live on YouTube)
Everyone is welcome to attend, although only members of the Symphony Nova Scotia Society are entitled to vote at the meeting. Memberships are open to everyone, and can be purchased for $11.50 online here or by phone through Anne Long, Development Manager at 902.421.4402.
Please join us! We hope to see you there, online!
About Symphony Nova Scotia
Symphony Nova Scotia (Music Director: Holly Mathieson) is one of Canada’s most versatile and dynamic orchestras. Founded in 1983, the 37-member orchestra proudly performs music that reflects Nova Scotia’s diverse musical interests and history, combining classical masterworks, historically informed baroque, new compositions, and groundbreaking collaborations featuring artists from Nova Scotia’s rich pop, indie, and Celtic music scene. With a home base in Halifax and performances across the province, Symphony Nova Scotia reaches more than 80,000 Nova Scotians of all ages each year with its inclusive mix of concerts, free community programs, and educational outreach.
Symphony Nova Scotia Society Regulations
(By-law No. 2) A person may be admitted as a member of the Society upon:
- Payment of such amount as the directors may from time to time determine;
- Such person advising the Secretary or such employee of the Society as the Secretary may select as to her or his full name, address and occupation;
(By-law No. 3) Each member shall pay to the Society annual dues in the amounts as the directors may from time to time determine such dues shall be payable to the Treasurer at or prior to the Annual General Meeting of members. A person who becomes a member during the Year shall pay the full dues for that Year.
(By-law No. 28) No person may be elected a director of the Society unless she or he is a member of the Society.
For more information, please contact:
Development Manager, Symphony Nova Scotia