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Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras

Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras has provided music education through orchestral programs and performance opportunities of the highest caliber since 1946.

CYSO serves more than 500 students ages 6-18 through four full orchestras, three string orchestras, multiple steel orchestras, and supplemental programs including chamber music ensembles, music theory, and composition. CYSO musicians receive superb orchestral and chamber music instruction from Chicago’s most respected professional musicians, perform in the world’s greatest concert halls, and gain the self-confidence and discipline necessary for a successful future.

Adress: 410 S. Michigan Avenue, Suite #833 | Chicago, IL 60605

Phone: (312) 939-2207

Email: info@cyso.org

Site web: https://cyso.org/

Fox Valley Youth Symphony Orchestra

The Fox Valley Orchestra Chorus was founded in 2011 under the direction of Dr. Lisa Fredenburgh for the purpose of accompanying the orchestra on its annual performances of oratorio and choral symphonic literature. The chorus shares the mission of the Fox Valley Orchestra in bringing high quality performing arts experiences to the Fox Valley Community.

Adress: 525 N Broadway  P.O. Box 2138  Aurora, IL 60507

Phone: (630) 891-2525

Email: info@foxvalleyorchestra.org

Site Web: http://www.foxvalleyorchestra.org/

Quincy Symphony Orchestra

The mission of the Quincy Symphony Orchestra Association is to bring fine symphonic orchestral and choral music to the people of Quincy and the surrounding area, to provide organizations for local musicians to perform such music, and to create and support programs that encourage young musicians to continue fostering their interest and skills in symphonic and choral music.

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Adress: 200 N 8th Street, Suite 102 Quincy, Illinois 62301

Phone: (217) 222-2856

Email: qsoa@adams.net

Site web: http://qsoa.org/

Mchenry County Music Center & Youth Orchstras

The mission of the McHenry County Music Center is to offer exceptional music education and performance opportunities to youth and adults regardless of their financial status, and to enrich and improve the cultural life of our communities.

Come enjoy the sounds of the season at the gorgeous Raue Center for the Arts! The McHenry County Youth Orchestras will be playing your holiday favorites such as Sleigh Ride, Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer, and The Nutcracker! 

Adress: 401 Country Club Rd. Crystal Lake, IL 60014-5605

Phone: (815) 356-6296

Email: info@mcmusiccenter.org

Site web: http://www.mcmusiccenter.org/

Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra

The Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra attracts a national reputation for providing not only an engaging musical experience for its students, but also a comprehensive learning environment which promotes curiosity, imagination, critical thinking, and collaboration. With eight large ensembles and nearly 30 chamber ensembles, EYSO auditions record numbers of students each year in addition to the many hundreds of musicians who enjoy its rigorous methods of inquiry and “expert noticing.”

Under the leadership of Artistic Director Randal Swiggum, an internationally renowned leader in music education, the 390 students of EYSO explore a comprehensive curriculum each season – one which aims not only to help these students develop artistically and technically, but also to prepare them for a future of complex ideas, creative risk-taking, and leadership as global citizens. Rehearsals center not only around growing as players and collaborators, but also as thoughtful communicators and leaders in their sections, ensembles, schools, and communities.

Adress: 1451 Dundee Ave. Elgin, IL 60121

Phone: (847) 214-7302

Email: attendance@eyso.org

Site web: https://www.eyso.org

Sangamon Valley Youth Symphony

Formed in 1976 and initially known as the Springfield Area Youth Symphony, the Sangamon Valley Youth Symphony provides the only opportunity for an orchestral experience at the elementary and secondary school levels in Sangamon County. The Sangamon Valley Youth Symphony was created by parents, music teachers and musicians to keep a student orchestra program alive after the Springfield area schools eliminated all orchestra classes in the 1970s. Without intervention, a new generation of youth would have experienced a serious void in the arts.

Adress: 420 S. 6th Street Springfield, IL 62701-1808

Phone: (217) 753-8000

Email: svys.svco@gmail.com

Site web: http://www.svys.org/


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