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Audition for 2017-18 Season now!

By: Editor  Published: 4/29/2017


You can become part of Everett Youth Symphony! Registration is easy. Follow this link to our registration page, fill it in, and secure your spot in our audition schedule.

http://everettyouthsymphony.com/audition.aspx

EYSO is open to all musicians ages 21 and younger.

Staffed by professional conductors with extensive experience, the EYSO organization provides an excellent environment for young musicians to develop their skills through symphonic music training. To accommodate various levels of musical experience, EYSO is comprised of two ensembles.

Student placement within an orchestra is based on an audition adjudicated by the conductors.

Sonata Strings: A training orchestra for musicians with one to four years of experience on their instruments and little or no prior ensemble experience. Age range is generally 7-13 years old.

Concert Orchestra: A full orchestra for more advanced musicians with 4 or more years of experience. Age range is generally 11-21 years old.

The Everett Youth Symphony Orchestra fills a void in our public school offerings and since the lack is regional, EYSO is a magnet to children and families region-wide. EYSO is available to musicians spanning 41 different schools, plus homeschoolers, across 14 school districts.

The Everett Youth Symphony’s orchestras present three or more concerts each season. The orchestras prepare for their concerts through a balance of weekly rehearsals with their conductors. Through this work students learn to perform the music with skill and sensitivity and are taught all the facets of public performance and teamwork within an orchestra.

Browse through our website for additional details.

http://www.everettyouthsymphony.org

Don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions. Send us an email at auditions@everettyouthsymphony.org, or leave us a message at 425-258-2028.



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