Audubon Symphony Orchestra

Looking to join other enthusiatic amateurs in a welcoming musical environment?

Join us in the Audubon Symphony!

New members high school age and older are always welcome! Bring your intrument, a stand if you have one, and just drop in!

Our music is advanced high-school and college-level difficulty, and we rehearse from September through April, with performances in December and May.

We look forward to hearing from you!

We rehearse Wednesday evenings from 7:30pm to 9:30pm at :

St. Luke's UCC
200 W. Main Street
Trappe, PA

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Concert Dates

Sheet music on a music stand lit up by blue light.

May 10, 2024

Friday - 7:30PM

St. Luke's United Church
200 W. Main Street
Trappe, PA  19426

The Audubon Symphony is also available for engagements at private facilities
and community functions.

Contact Beth Ruediger, President,

John G. Mayer, Conductor

Meet Our Conductor

John G. Mayer

Mr. Mayer received his Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from West Chester University where he studied trumpet with Dr. Kenneth Laudermilch. He continued his education at Temple University where he studied Choral Conducting with Alan Harler and trumpet with Seymour Rosenfeld. He received his Master in Music degree in Instrumental Conducting from the University of Delaware under the tutelage of Dr. Robert Streckfuss.

Mr. Mayer was a church music director for over 26 years, directing both the choir and the orchestra. He currently teaches General and Choral music at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School in Newark, Delaware. Each year he and his 4th and 5th grade students collaborate with music majors from the University of Delaware to stage an opera, which is staged both at Marshall School and on the University campus.

Mr. Mayer currently plays trumpet, flugelhorn, and trombone in several Oktoberfest bands. He resides in North Wilmington, Delaware.


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