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Youth Orchestras

Congratulations, New Jersey Youth Symphony!
NJYS awarded first place in the
2014 Summa Cum Laude International Music Festival
New Jersey Youth Symphony
570 Central Avenue
New Providence, NJ 07974
The New Jersey Youth Symphony (NJYS) provides talented young musicians with orchestral and related music education experiences that enable them to reach their highest potential as performers and listeners. The mission of NJYS is to advance excellence and education in music and the other performing arts.
NJYS, New Jersey’s Premier Youth Symphony Organization:
began in 1979 with an orchestra of 65 high school students and now serves 400 auditioned musicians grades 3 to 12 from 78 communities with an integrated continuum of three full orchestras, three string orchestras, two flute choirs and a summer camp
performs over 30 concerts (ranging from major orchestral works to specially commissioned music from New Jersey composers) annually during the September to May Concert Period under the baton of rising conductors distinguished in their craft

Phone: (908) 771-5544

www.njys.org/outreach/

Led by Alexander Treger – former concertmaster of the Los Angeles Philharmonic – the American Youth Symphony provides professional training for musicians through a wide repertoire and varied styles of music, from classical masterworks to world premieres and innovative film scores. Competitively selected, Fellows receive a full scholarship, have the opportunity to perform at Royce Hall and work alongside world class guest artists including Daníel Bjarnason, Anna Clyne, Sarah Chang, Johannes Moser, John Williams, David Newman, Alan Silvestri, Charles Fox, and Lera Auerbach. Designed to challenge, nurture, and inspire, the American Youth Symphony is a musical laboratory where Fellows not only master their parts but also develop a deep understanding of the musical score. At the American Youth Symphony, we aim to create leaders, innovative thinkers, and articulate communicators for the 21st century and beyond.

www.aysymphony.org/201415-season/

Each summer, Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute brings together 120 of the brightest young players from across the country to form the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America. Following a two-week training residency with leading professional orchestra musicians, these remarkable teenagers not only have the opportunity to play on the famed stage of Carnegie Hall but also embark on a tour to some of the great music capitals of the world, while serving as dynamic musical ambassadors.

www.carnegiehall.org/Education/National-Youth-Orchestra-of-the-United-St...

The Frost School of Music, one of two schools established in 1926 when the University of Miami was founded, is one of the largest and best music schools located in a private university in the U.S., and one of the most comprehensive in all of higher education.
The naming gift from Dr. Phillip and Patricia Frost was one of the historic highlights in the life of the School.
Building on its foundation as a conservatory of music, the Frost School of Music continues to offer premier performance experiences for instrumentalists and vocalists

 Telephone: (305) 284-2241
www.miami.edu/frost/index.php/frost/

The Metropolitan Area Youth Symphony was conceived to continue the legacy of its inspiration and honorary founder, Jonathan May.
Since 1984, Mr. May followed his dream of bringing a well-rounded music education to thousands of young students of the Central Florida community. His wife, Mrs. Maureen May and close friend Mr. Michael Miller, themselves distinguished musicians and teachers,  founded this orchestra to further Mr. May's life's mission.

Phone: (800) 978-0407
Email: mays4music@maysymphony.org
www.maysymphony.org/

The Florida Young Artists Orchestra is a youth orchestra which serves the Central Florida area including, Orlando, Winter Park, Altamonte Springs, Sanford, and surrounding cities. Members of our orchestras live in Orange, Seminole, Lake, Osceola, Volusia and other nearby counties.

Phone: (407) 257-8886
Email: fyao@fyao.org
www.fyao.org

The Southwest Florida Symphony Youth Symphony is an auditioned group comprised of some of the finest young musicians in our area. An important educational program of the Southwest Florida Symphony, it provides quality symphonic training and performance experience for young musicians.

Phone: (239) 418-0996
Email:  info@swflso.org
www.swflso.org/?page_id=168

In 1957, Alphonse Carlo, concertmaster emeritus of the Florida Symphony Orchestra, recognized a need for a youth orchestra in Central Florida in which young musicians could develop their talents
FSYO is comprised of 3 full orchestras, and 1 string training orchestra. The FSYO is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

Phone: (407) 999-7800
Email: info@fsyo.org
www.fsyo.org

Under the direction and guidance of its Music Director Thomas Sleeper, the orchestras and ensembles perform for thousands of concertgoers each year in addition to regular appearances on local and national television and radio broadcasts.

Phone: (954) 962-5666
 E-Mail: fyomusic@gmail.com
www.floridayouthorchestra.org

 

Distinguished and well renowned founding Maestro Carmen Nappo, former conductor of the Miami Ballet, and Miami Metropolitan Orchestra, had a love and passion for music that lives beyond his years. His life was built on the foundation of music and teaching his talents to others, establishing the SFYS in 1964 for young talented musicians to be able to come together to learn and perform the classics of orchestral literature.

Phone: (305) 238-2729
www.sfys.net

Melissa Lesniaak, PHD
Director of Outreach UM Frost School of Music, Universversity of Miami 

 

 

The Greater Miami Youth Symphony was created in 1958 by composer and University of Miami professor Robert Strassburg in order to provide an independent, complementary program to music education in the Miami area schools. Strassburg’s Youth Symphony was referred to then as the “All Miami Youth Symphony.” In 1966, the “All Miami Youth Symphony” became part the University of Miami’s Preparatory Program run by Dr. Lucas Drew. Three years later, the Symphony completed a concert tour of Colombia in a cultural exchange program entitled “Youth for Youth.”

Phone: (305) 667-4069
email: info@gmys.org
www.GMYS.org

Melissa Lesniaak, PHD
Director of Outreach UM Frost School of Music, Universversity of Miami 

 

 

Distinguished and well renowned founding Maestro Carmen Nappo, former conductor of the Miami Ballet, and Miami Metropolitan Orchestra, had a love and passion for music that lives beyond his years. His life was built on the foundation of music and teaching his talents to others, establishing the SFYS in 1964 for young talented musicians to be able to come together to learn and perform the classics of orchestral literature.

Phone: (305) 238-2729
www.sfys.net

Under the direction and guidance of its Music Director Thomas Sleeper, the orchestras and ensembles perform for thousands of concertgoers each year in addition to regular appearances on local and national television and radio broadcasts.

Phone: (954) 962-5666
 E-Mail: fyomusic@gmail.com
www.floridayouthorchestra.org

 

In 1957, Alphonse Carlo, concertmaster emeritus of the Florida Symphony Orchestra, recognized a need for a youth orchestra in Central Florida in which young musicians could develop their talents
FSYO is comprised of 3 full orchestras, and 1 string training orchestra. The FSYO is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

Phone: (407) 999-7800
Email: info@fsyo.org
www.fsyo.org

The Southwest Florida Symphony Youth Symphony is an auditioned group comprised of some of the finest young musicians in our area. An important educational program of the Southwest Florida Symphony, it provides quality symphonic training and performance experience for young musicians.

Phone: (239) 418-0996
Email:  info@swflso.org
www.swflso.org/?page_id=168

The Florida Young Artists Orchestra is a youth orchestra which serves the Central Florida area including, Orlando, Winter Park, Altamonte Springs, Sanford, and surrounding cities. Members of our orchestras live in Orange, Seminole, Lake, Osceola, Volusia and other nearby counties.

Phone: (407) 257-8886
Email: fyao@fyao.org
www.fyao.org

The Metropolitan Area Youth Symphony was conceived to continue the legacy of its inspiration and honorary founder, Jonathan May.
Since 1984, Mr. May followed his dream of bringing a well-rounded music education to thousands of young students of the Central Florida community. His wife, Mrs. Maureen May and close friend Mr. Michael Miller, themselves distinguished musicians and teachers,  founded this orchestra to further Mr. May's life's mission.

Phone: (800) 978-0407
Email: mays4music@maysymphony.org
www.maysymphony.org/

The Frost School of Music, one of two schools established in 1926 when the University of Miami was founded, is one of the largest and best music schools located in a private university in the U.S., and one of the most comprehensive in all of higher education.
The naming gift from Dr. Phillip and Patricia Frost was one of the historic highlights in the life of the School.
Building on its foundation as a conservatory of music, the Frost School of Music continues to offer premier performance experiences for instrumentalists and vocalists

 Telephone: (305) 284-2241
www.miami.edu/frost/index.php/frost/

Each summer, Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute brings together 120 of the brightest young players from across the country to form the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America. Following a two-week training residency with leading professional orchestra musicians, these remarkable teenagers not only have the opportunity to play on the famed stage of Carnegie Hall but also embark on a tour to some of the great music capitals of the world, while serving as dynamic musical ambassadors.

www.carnegiehall.org/Education/National-Youth-Orchestra-of-the-United-St...

Led by Alexander Treger – former concertmaster of the Los Angeles Philharmonic – the American Youth Symphony provides professional training for musicians through a wide repertoire and varied styles of music, from classical masterworks to world premieres and innovative film scores. Competitively selected, Fellows receive a full scholarship, have the opportunity to perform at Royce Hall and work alongside world class guest artists including Daníel Bjarnason, Anna Clyne, Sarah Chang, Johannes Moser, John Williams, David Newman, Alan Silvestri, Charles Fox, and Lera Auerbach. Designed to challenge, nurture, and inspire, the American Youth Symphony is a musical laboratory where Fellows not only master their parts but also develop a deep understanding of the musical score. At the American Youth Symphony, we aim to create leaders, innovative thinkers, and articulate communicators for the 21st century and beyond.

www.aysymphony.org/201415-season/

The Greater Miami Youth Symphony was created in 1958 by composer and University of Miami professor Robert Strassburg in order to provide an independent, complementary program to music education in the Miami area schools. Strassburg’s Youth Symphony was referred to then as the “All Miami Youth Symphony.” In 1966, the “All Miami Youth Symphony” became part the University of Miami’s Preparatory Program run by Dr. Lucas Drew. Three years later, the Symphony completed a concert tour of Colombia in a cultural exchange program entitled “Youth for Youth.”

Phone: (305) 667-4069
email: info@gmys.org
www.GMYS.org

Congratulations, New Jersey Youth Symphony!
NJYS awarded first place in the
2014 Summa Cum Laude International Music Festival
New Jersey Youth Symphony
570 Central Avenue
New Providence, NJ 07974
The New Jersey Youth Symphony (NJYS) provides talented young musicians with orchestral and related music education experiences that enable them to reach their highest potential as performers and listeners. The mission of NJYS is to advance excellence and education in music and the other performing arts.
NJYS, New Jersey’s Premier Youth Symphony Organization:
began in 1979 with an orchestra of 65 high school students and now serves 400 auditioned musicians grades 3 to 12 from 78 communities with an integrated continuum of three full orchestras, three string orchestras, two flute choirs and a summer camp
performs over 30 concerts (ranging from major orchestral works to specially commissioned music from New Jersey composers) annually during the September to May Concert Period under the baton of rising conductors distinguished in their craft

Phone: (908) 771-5544

www.njys.org/outreach/