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The Seattle youth Symphony Orchestras develop appreciation for classical music, cultivates the musical abilities and provides a path to performance excellence for diverse, talented youth in the Pacific Northwest through participation in youth orchestras, summer music programs and partnerships with local public schools.
The Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras:
- Develops appreciation for classical music, cultivates the musical abilities and provides a path to performance excellence for diverse, talented youth in the Pacific Northwest through participation in youth orchestras, music festivals and outreach programs;
- Introduces a new generation of musicians to the classical music repertoire;
- Provides programs for all qualified music students, regardless of ability to pay;
- Promotes self-confidence, dedication, and skill;
- Partners with public schools to acquaint students with less common orchestral instruments such as viola, trombone, string bass, french horn, tuba and bassoon by offering group instruction on those instruments in the classroom;
- Presents oustanding public performances that showcase the growing skills and mastery of material of hundreds of young performers;
- Provides opportunities for students to work and study with prominent professional musicians;
- Enhances the total music experience of participating students through outreach and cooperation with other educational and musical institutions in the region;
- Encourages individual excellence by sponsoring an annual concerto competition;
- Involves the greater Seattle community in the excitement of classical music performance by offering free concert tickets to local non-profit and civic organizations and their clients, including: schools, human services organizations, senior and community centers, and organizations serving children.
The Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra provides year round music education that challenges, inspires and rewards our students.
- Five academic-year orchestras serve over 500 students aged 7 to 21.
- The Endangered Instruments Program partners with 13 area schools comprising hundreds of students, to enhance school music programs.
- The Marrowstone Summer Festivals provide a unique learning environment to over 400 young musicians each summer.
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