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SLO Symphony adds 3 musicians to board

San Luis Obispo Symphony board member Barbara Hunter-Spencer, a cellist, owns Windrose Farm in Paso Robles with her husband, Bill Spencer.
San Luis Obispo Symphony board member Barbara Hunter-Spencer, a cellist, owns Windrose Farm in Paso Robles with her husband, Bill Spencer.

The San Luis Obispo Symphony recently added three orchestra musicians to its board of directors.

Violinist Pam Dassenko, oboist Jessica Hoffman and cellist Barbara Hunter-Spencer joined a board headed by President Liz Summer, senior client relationship management at Heritage Oaks Bank in San Luis Obispo, the symphony has announced.

Dassenko, a San Luis Obispo dentist, served as symphony co-concertmaster for 29 years before stepping down in the fall of 2015.

Hoffman lives in Arroyo Grande and works as a mechanical engineer at Atlas Copco Mafi-Trench in Santa Maria.

Hunter-Spencer owns and operates Windrose Farm in Paso Robles with her husband, Bill Spencer.

The San Luis Obispo Symphony launches its 2016-2017 season Oct. 8 with the first concert in the Classics at the Cohan series. For more information, visit www.slosymphony.org.

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