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Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestras

Now in its 21st season, the Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestras (GNOYO) has filled a need in the city for high-quality orchestral experiences for school-age musicians. Begun in 1994 by a group of parents, interested Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra musicians and local music teachers, it offered membership by audition in its Sinfonia, an intermediate level string orchestra, and Philharmonia, a full orchestra for more advanced students on all orchestral instruments. The first performances in May 1995 were conducted by Carrie Telthorst at the University of New Orleans Performing Arts Center. The following season John Fairlie was appointed Conductor of the Philharmonia and Marta Jurjevich the Assistant Conductor as well as Conductor of the Sinfonia. In the fall of 1995, GNOYO became the “official youth orchestra” of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, accepted 75 students for its second season and hosted and performed a joint concert with the Midwest Young Artists Senior Orchestra from Chicago.

Having initially operated under the financial umbrella of the Greater New Orleans Suzuki Forum, GNOYO legally incorporated on February 26, 1996 as an independent non-profit arts organization in the State of Louisiana, achieved tax-exempt status as a 501(c) 3 organization and elected a board of directors. That year John Fairlie became its first Executive Director. The 1996 season saw GNOYO grow to one hundred participants, drawing students from as far away as Cut Off and Houma, Louisiana and Biloxi, Mississippi. Subsequent seasons included side-by-side performances with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra as part of the LPO’s Young Peoples’ Concerts Series and inclusion of GNOYO’s Instrument/Scholarship Program, an ambitious outreach program for aspiring young musicians of need. In March 1998 GNOYO collaborated with the New Orleans Ballet in a production of “Peter & the Wolf”.

Adress: 7100 St Charles Ave Suite 207 New Orleans, LA 70118

Phone: (504)861-1801


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Baton Rouge Symphony

The Louisiana Youth Orchestras are the premier performing arts organizations for youth in the greater Baton Rouge community. We seek to enhance the music education our young musicians are already provided in schools, at home, and in their private lessons.

Our Mission: To supplement and enhance music education in the schools and promote the highest standards of orchestral performance.

The LYO is not just one orchestra; it is a program of four different ensembles that provide orchestral training through weekly rehearsals. Our program services over 150 students ranging in age from 5 to 21. LYO students hail from all over Baton Rouge and the surrounding parishes.

Adress: 7330 Highland Rd, Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Phone: (225) 383-0500

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Bulber FG Youth Orchestra

The Francis G. Bulber Youth Orchestra, founded in 1994 is composed of The Petite Sinfoniettas -beginning string instruction classes; The Concert String Orchestra - Intermediate string instruction classes; The Symphonic Youth Orchestra - Class consisting of middle school and high school students who have met audition requirements; Pat Chaffin String Ensemble - consists of students selected to play in a small group environment at various venues. 

FGBYO also offers Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Guitar classes each semester. 

During the summer FGBYO hosts the Mid-Summer Music Madness, a two week summer camp designed to provide fun-filled quality music and learning experiences for aspiring musicians and experienced music students.

Adress: 1001 Ryan St, Ste 117 Lake Charles

Phone: (337) 582-2466


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