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Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra

The Central Kentucky Youth Orchestras (CKYO) is one of the oldest, independently chartered youth orchestras in the United States, with a tradition dating back to 1947. Over 300 students gather from 11 counties and 48 area schools to participate in CKYO. We offer five orchestras; Symphony, Concert, Repertory, Preparatory Strings, and Jazz Arts as well as opportunities to participate in chamber ensembles. 

For Howard Pence, a Lexington area music teacher, the dream began in 1947 with 14 local high school string players. Pence was hoping to provide quality learning and performance opportunities for talented young musicians and, in turn, to bring cultural enrichment to audiences throughout the state and country. With the help of Thornton Scott, Chester Travelstead and eleven other dedicated citizens, Howard Pence realized his dream as his 14 string players grew to 49 players and a full Youth Symphony Orchestra in 1949. By following his dream, Pence created one of the oldest, independently chartered youth orchestras in the United States.

Adress: 161 N. Mill Street Lexington, KY  40507

Phone: (859) 254-0796


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Louisville Youth Orchestra

The LYO, founded in 1958, provides an extraordinary musical experience for young people from grade school through age 21. The LYO is made up of four orchestras, an elementary string program, and various ensembles in which students advance according to their own musical progression and interests. There are nearly 350 musicians from 60 schools and 15 counties in the Louisville & Southern Indiana metro area.

Musicians are required to participate in their school instrumental music programs and must take private music instruction. Financial scholarships for instruction are available and awarded based on need. Performance opportunities provide a wide range of meaningful experiences from September through June each year.

Adress: 4121 Shelbyville Rd # E Louisville, KY EE. UU 40207

Phone: (502) 896-1851

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Children ages five to eighteen from eight surrounding counties participate in weekly orchestra rehearsals and perform for audiences throughout the year. Participation in orchestras develops children’s skills in socialization and teamwork, and teaches them self-discipline and self-esteem. Orchestra Kentucky began the youth orchestra program in 2001 because orchestra is not widely available in our area public schools.

Dr. Brian St. John is the Baker Professor of Music and Director of Orchestras at Western Kentucky University. Out of his 23 years of professional conducting he has 16 years of experience with student and youth orchestras. Dr. St. John has written and premiered eight ballets designed for young musicians and dancers.

Adress: 1046 ELM STREET BOWLING GREEN, KY 42101-1408 

Phone: (270) 846-2426

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Central Kentucky Youth Orchestras 

The Social Enterprise and Innovation / Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP) certificate program is designed to strengthen the leadership skills of students interested in pursuing a career in the nonprofit sector as well as explore emerging new trends in social enterprise and innovation.

The program was established in response to the significant growth of the nonprofit sector over the last 10 years and the need to equip the next generation of nonprofit leaders and social entrepreneurs.  The program includes a combination of core courses, a series of workshops led by both academic and industry professionals, and practical skill-building activities through workshops and internship experiences.

Adress: Lexington, Kentucky 40506

Phone:  (859) 257-9000

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