Penrith Youth Orchestra

A showcase of impressive talents of young players performing together with their tutors and the Australian Chamber Orchestra!

ACO Ensemble & Penrith Youth Orchestra

A unique performance featuring Penrith Youth Orchestra playing alongside Penrith Symphony Orchestra musicians and the stars of the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Mozart, Schubert, Tchaikovsky and more!

The Penrith Youth Orchestra’s first concert showcases the impressive talents of 44 young musicians performing together with their tutors from the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) and Penrith Symphony Orchestra (PSO).

Enjoy the extraordinary talents of these musicians, who range in age from eight to 21, as they take to the stage in their first public performance on Sunday 20 May at The Joan, at 3pm.

Under the expert guidance of conductor Paul Terracini, the PYO will perform Schubert’s unfinished symphony, arr.Meyer Symphony No. 8, Movement 1, Tchaikovsky’s beautiful and dramatic, Shakespeare inspired fantasy overture, arr.Meyer, Romeo and Juliet and Bizet’s light and floaty dance melody set against provincial French tunes of arr.Merle J. Isaac Farandole from L’Arlesienne Suite No. 2.

The afternoon continues to delight with the added bonus of the ACO Ensemble performing three pieces. Mozart’s well known and high-spirited composition for a string quartet Divertimento in D major K.136.

Smetana’s Allegro vivo appassionato from String Quartet No.1 in E minor, depicting his life by using four instruments speaking among themselves in something like a friendly circle and Traditional arr. Danish String Quartet excerpts from Wood Works.

A great Mother’s Day gift and a unique performance, come and enjoy the talents of our local community as Penrith Youth Orchestra presents a concert on Sunday 20 May at 3.00pm at The Joan.

Adult $15
Concession $10

 

Produced by The Joan, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Penrith Symphony Orchestra

  • Sunday, May 20 2018 3:00pm

ACO Ensemble & Penrith Youth Orchestra

A unique performance featuring Penrith Youth Orchestra playing alongside Penrith Symphony Orchestra musicians and the stars of the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Mozart, Schubert, Tchaikovsky and more!

The Penrith Youth Orchestra’s first concert showcases the impressive talents of 44 young musicians performing together with their tutors from the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) and Penrith Symphony Orchestra (PSO).

Enjoy the extraordinary talents of these musicians, who range in age from eight to 21, as they take to the stage in their first public performance on Sunday 20 May at The Joan, at 3pm.

Under the expert guidance of conductor Paul Terracini, the PYO will perform Schubert’s unfinished symphony, arr.Meyer Symphony No. 8, Movement 1, Tchaikovsky’s beautiful and dramatic, Shakespeare inspired fantasy overture, arr.Meyer, Romeo and Juliet and Bizet’s light and floaty dance melody set against provincial French tunes of arr.Merle J. Isaac Farandole from L’Arlesienne Suite No. 2.

The afternoon continues to delight with the added bonus of the ACO Ensemble performing three pieces. Mozart’s well known and high-spirited composition for a string quartet Divertimento in D major K.136.

Smetana’s Allegro vivo appassionato from String Quartet No.1 in E minor, depicting his life by using four instruments speaking among themselves in something like a friendly circle and Traditional arr. Danish String Quartet excerpts from Wood Works.

A great Mother’s Day gift and a unique performance, come and enjoy the talents of our local community as Penrith Youth Orchestra presents a concert on Sunday 20 May at 3.00pm at The Joan.

Adult $15
Concession $10

 

Produced by The Joan, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Penrith Symphony Orchestra

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