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Sergio Peresson Violin

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DC Youth Orchestra Program

Founded in 1960 at the request of DC Public Schools, DCYOP has been an integral part of the Washington, DC community fostering the musical development of more than 50,000 youth. The first youth orchestra to perform at the Kennedy Center, DCYOP has toured 20 countries, played for US presidents and diplomats, and worked with esteemed musicians such as Copland, Maazel, Rostropovich, and Hamlisch. The program has received the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award (formerly Coming Up Taller) and the Mayor’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to Arts Education. The Catalogue for Philanthropy selected DCYOP as “one of the best small non-profits in the Greater Washington region” for its 2012-2013 award year.

Many graduates have gone on to successful professional careers in music. Alumni include Daniel Foster, Principal Viola of the National Symphony Orchestra; Toyin Spellman Diaz, Oboist in the Imani Winds; Chris Royal, Professor of Music at Howard University; John McLaughlin Williams, Grammy Award®-winning conductor; and John Wineglass, Emmy Award®-winning composer.

Adress: 1700 E. Capitol St. NE Washington, DC 20003

Phone: (202) 698-0123


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The Capitol Symphonic Youth Orchestras 

The Capitol Symphonic Youth Orchestras provides a creative environment where young musicians from the Greater Washington DC area come together to rehearse and perform symphonic music lead by professional musicians/conductors. By providing an orchestral experience available to all students, the vision of The Capitol Symphonic Youth Orchestras is to become a musical voice that embraces the entire Washington DC, Virginia and Maryland communities The Capitol Symphonic Youth Orchestrasis the premier musical destinations for aspiring student musicians.

Adress: 3240 Fox Mill Road Oakton, Virginia 22124

Phone: (703) 638-9328


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DC Youth Orchestra - Kennedy Center

The D.C. Youth Orchestra Program (DCYOP) is the leading curriculum-based classical music education program in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region. Founded in 1960 by Lyn McLain at the request of D.C. Public Schools, the mission of DCYOP is “music for young people; achievement for life!” DCYOP offers group lessons and ensemble training on all orchestral instruments for students ages four and a half to 18. The program consists of six ensembles including the renowned Youth Orchestra. DCYOP derives its success from a strong emphasis on musical achievement and excellence. Each week, 35 faculty teach over 100 classes to 500 students. Each semester, all students perform in at least one concert which is free and open to the public.

Adress: 2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20566

Phone: (202) 467-4600

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