This weekend starts off a day celebration of epic teenage orchestral music-making on the national level. Employing the power of peer inspiration and leadership, NYO Inspire Orchestra enables many more teenagers to experience the raw energy and power of live orchestral music-making Forcusing on peer sharing and learning, the Orchestra will also lead workshops for musicians from local music hubs and schools on exploring what an orchestra is. These are free immersive days of orchestral workshops and rehearsals centred around peer learning, where young musicians get the chance to work closely with NYO Musicians, Tutors, and our Conductor. For Birmingham, all spaces are filled, except for the following instrument groups: bassoon, cello, clarinet, double bass, oboe, trombone, tuba, and viola.
NYO Inspire Orchestra kicks off - NYO
E-mail brundibarartsfestival outlook. Katya Apekisheva Piano. Katya Apekisheva is one of Europe's most renowned pianists, in demand internationally as both a soloist and as a chamber musician. As a recording artist, Katya has received widespread critical acclaim for her interpretations.
We look for musicians and composers who combine considerable technical aptitude and flair for orchestral playing with a taste for adventure, open minds and a great team spirit. Our musicians have a responsibility not simply for themselves as performers but for each other and as ambassadors, encouraging other young musicians to deepen their relationship with orchestral music. In this section you will find details about eligibility requirements and what financial assistance is available to cover the cost of auditioning and being part of the orchestra. If you're aged , play at Grade 8 distinction level or equivalent, and want to break through to the next level of orchestral brilliance
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