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Youth Symphony of Kansas City

The Youth Symphony of Kansas City was founded as “The Youth Symphony of the Heart of America” by conductor Leo Scheer in 1958. The organization initially consisted of one orchestra of 80 musicians. Incorporated on July 31, 1958, the organization has endured a long and interesting history as the musical home to young musicians in Kansas City.

The first concert was held on September 6, 1958 at which time Mayor H. Roe Bartle proclaimed the week as “Youth Symphony Week”.

Adress:209 W. 18th St. • Kansas City, MO 64108 

Phone: (816/) 97-0577 

Site web: https://youthsymphonykc.org

Metropolitan Youth Orchestra

The Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of Kansas City was founded in the Fall of 1997 by James Murray III & Paul Cooper. The purpose is to provide an educational and artistic experience in a full orchestra ensemble for young musicians. It’s about having fun while learning about and making great music.

The Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of Kansas City performs three concerts a season, as well as participating in special performance opportunities. Some of those opportunities have included performances at the rededication of the Liberty Memorial and the Greater Kansas City Japan Festival. The orchestra has also commissioned and premiered works by local composers.

Adress: P.O. Box 1244 Liberty, MO 64069

Phone: (816) 716-0607

Email: metropolitanyouthorchestra@gmail.com

Site web: http://www.myokc.org/

Topeka Symphony Orchestra

The Topeka Symphony Youth Orchestra convened for the first time in 1957 under the sponsorship of the Topeka Symphony Society and led by Mr. Robert Hallman. Its mission is to provide young musicians the opportunity to play in a symphony orchestra with their peers from high schools throughout northeast Kansas. Directed by Dr. Martha Placeres, the orchestra today boasts over 60 members from the Topeka area and northeast Kansas.

To meet the growing demand for high quality orchestral experiences for youth, in the year 2000 the Topeka Symphony expanded its Youth Ensembles Program to include a third group, the Youth Philharmonic. The Philharmonic is the preparatory orchestra for the Topeka Symphony Youth Orchestra.
 
Adress: 519 SW 37th, Topeka, KS 66611, Estados Unidos
 
 

Salina Symphony

The Salina Symphony is a regional orchestra dedicated to enriching lives through artistic music performance and education. As one of the premiere musical ensembles of North Central Kansas, the Symphony performs five subscription concerts per season as well as an annual family concert and a patriotic summer concert.

Eric Stein founded the Salina Chamber Orchestra in 1955, and its first performance was held in 1956. The orchestra was affiliated with Marymount College in 1965 and was named the Salina Civic Orchestra Society. In the 1980’s, the orchestra became known as the Salina Symphony and briefly played at the Municipal Auditorium before moving to Kansas Wesleyan University, where it was housed for more than a decade. In 2003, the Symphony had the unique and exciting opportunity to move into the newly renovated Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts. Ken Hakoda was named music director and conductor in 2004, and ticket sales have flourished under his talented direction.

Adress: P.O. Box 792 Salina, KS 67402-0792

Phone: (785) 823-8309

Email: execdir@salinasymphony.org

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


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