Marlins Hold Open Auditions For Organist
MIAMI, (UPI) — The Miami Marlins held open auditions for an organist at their Florida stadium for the first time since the team was formed in 1993.
The team said several local musicians auditioned for the job Monday and the chosen winner will play for all 81 scheduled home games during the next baseball season, The Miami Herald reported Tuesday.
Officials said the winning organist will be required to have a good understanding of all musical genres, knowledge of the Marlins and the sort of creativity needed to entertain the crowd during spontaneous moments of games.
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