Audition for the New Youth Orchestra

The New Youth Orchestra recently announced auditions for the 2012-2013 season this Saturday and Sunday, June 16 and 17, with additional dates on Aug. 16-18 and seating auditions for accepted students on Aug. 23-25.

There are currently openings in all sections: strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion. Rehearse and perform with a highly motivated and experienced faculty in Sorrento Valley. If you are a musician between the ages of 8-19 and are looking for opportunities to improve your skills in performing, join New Youth Orchestra and become a founding member of San Diego’s newest orchestral/band program for young musicians! NYO also announces its summer orchestra program offered to students free of charge. Please visit www.thenewyouthorchestra.com for more details.

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