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Sergio Peresson Violin

30,000 or Best Offer
Price: $30,000.00

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California Youth Symphony Association

The California Youth Symphony was founded in 1952. Over the years we have established an international reputation for the quality of our programs. In 1963 we became the first American youth orchestra ever to tour overseas when we accepted an invitation to visit Japan. Over the following years sixteen additional tours to all parts of the world have earned us universal praise. However, our greatest accomplishments and our most intense focus has always been here in the San Francisco Peninsula/South Bay area. The San Mateo County Times described us as "one of the finest of the world’s youth symphonies."

Adress: 441 California Ave # 5, Palo Alto, CA 94306

Phone: (650) 325-6666 


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California Philharmonic Youth Orchestra

The San Jose Youth Symphony gives young people a foundation for life through orchestral music. We create programs that assure young musicians achieve technical proficiency, musical knowledge and an emotional connection to music. We strive to make each performance for the community uplifting, spirited and exciting.

Adress: 345 S 1st St, San Jose, CA 95113

Phone: (408) 372-3584


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Youth Orchestras of Fresno 

The Youth Chamber Orchestra is our entry-level ensemble. It's a strings-only group, so we accept players of violin, viola, cello, bass, and (as you can see!) harp.

We recommend a minimum of one year of private lessons for YCO members, though we are open to all options. It's worth auditioning if you think you are ready!

Adress: 444 West Shaw Avenue Fresno, CA 93704

Phone: (559) 275-6694


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How to buy the correct violin size?


Start measuring at the neck, stop the measurement in the middle of the palm.


How to buy the correct viola size?


Start measuring at the neck, stop the measurement in the middle of the palm.