The dictionary says "accommodation is a place for someone to stay, live or work"ac‧com‧mo‧da‧tion
1 [uncountable] also accommodations American English a place for someone to stay, live, or work:
I didn't really suppose that it was literally "your" orchestra, but your reply is instructive. If your aim is to use "accommodation," then perhaps it would be wise to forget the orchestra (whose accommodation really might be hotel rooms) and its performances.Thank you, Lexiphile, for your explanation.
It is not my orchestra. All is in my imagination to practise two words "somewhere else" and "accommodation".
Hi, Lexiphile.so I have to find accommodation somewhere else.