For Musicians

Rehearsal Schedule

7:00 pm to 9:15 pm every Wednesday (exceptions for holidays, etc)
Harvest Baptist Church, 7493 Old Mill Trail, Boulder

COVID vaccinations required for all players. Masks optional.

No rehearsal on May 18. Summer concert rehearsals will begin on May 25. Music TBA.


Spring Concerts: Mozart Requiem with Arvada Chorale

Concerts: Friday May 13, 7:30 pm AND Saturday, May 14, 2 pm
Dress Rehearsal: Wednesday, May 11, evening

Location for concert and dress rehearsal:
Arvada United Methodist Church, 6750 Carr St, Arvada

Sheet Music:

Mozart Requiem in D minor, K.626
Choose the second set of parts, starting with “Clarinet 1,2 (Bb, C)” published by Brietkopf (much more readable than the first set!)
(No flute, oboe, or horn parts for this piece)



Musicians will:

  • Print and bring their own music (links below)
  • Bring their own stands
  • (Full orchestra members) contribute $5-$10 per rehearsal, to the extent they feel they can (tax deductible)
  • Show up in a timely manner, warmed up and ready to play at 7:00
  • Provide section contact, mailing list coordinator, and roster-keeper with full name, email, and daytime phone number
  • Coordinate with their section contacts regarding covering their parts during absences, and regarding last-minute communications (e.g. cancellations due to weather)
  • Generally help set up and clean up rehearsal space
  • Communicate to their section contact their commitment to performing (or not performing) a particular concert, within the first 3 weeks of a rehearsal cycle.
  • Within understandable family and work constraints, avoid missing too many rehearsals.
  • Members are also encouraged to participate in the King Soopers/Safeway card program to the benefit of FCO.

See the Players Handbook for complete orchestra policies.


Instructions for Printing Music from IMSLP

  • Follow the link provided
  • Scroll down to the heading “Sheet Music”
  • Click the “Parts” tab under “Sheet Music” (or it may say something like “Arrangements and Transcriptions”)
  • The first section might say something like “Flute 1 2” followed by “13 More”. Click on “More” and scroll down to your part
  • This will take you to a page that asks to to acknowledge that the music is in the public domain. Click on “I accept this disclaimer, continue to download file” link
  • This will take you to a countdown page where they ask you for money. Donate if you like, IMSLP has been great for us! Otherwise just wait a few seconds.
  • Ignore the ad in a box at the top that says START DOWNLOAD
  • Just under the ad, after the countdown, click on “Click here to continue your download.”
  • Now you should be at a printable PDF. Yes this is a little involved but you’ll get used to it after a couple of times.