In a show of strength reflective of its growing presence on South Australia’s orchestral music calendar, Adelaide Youth Orchestras' 2014 Season will be its largest ever, with more community concerts and a collaboration of ‘titanic’ proportions with the Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra.
The Adelaide Youth Orchestras’ dynamic 2013 season will finish on a high note at Elder Hall on Sunday 24 November with an End of Year Concert featuring performances by three of AdYO’s orchestras - the Adelaide Youth Wind Orchestra, the Adelaide Youth Sinfonia and the Adelaide Youth Strings - including three new works by some of South Australia’s rising young composers.
The 230 musicians, part of 4 orchestras (Adelaide Youth Wind Orchestra, Adelaide Youth Strings, Adelaide Youth Sinfonia, and Adelaide Youth Orchestra) delivered a flawless production.
Leading Scottish pianist and French music specialist, Roy Howat, will team up with well-known Adelaide actor Holly Myers to present an Adelaide Youth Orchestras fundraising concert of Babar the Elephant.
230 Musicians, 4 Orchestras & 1 Very Special Guest Soloist! The Adelaide Youth Orchestras’ (AdYO) Youth Revolution Gala Concert on Sunday 1 September at the Adelaide Town Hall is shaping up to be another superb showcase of South Australia’s best young musical talent.
Close your eyes and you could have been excused for thinking that you were listening to a professional orchestra. This was another high quality concert from this talented and very enthusiastic group of young musicians.
This was another highly enjoyable, and beautifully played, concert by this orchestra of talented and enthusiastic young performers. Look at the web site for information on future concerts and auditions for membership of the various orchestras and ensembles.
The Adelaide Youth Orchestras are celebrating their tenth anniversary and, judging by their current members, and those past members who were with them a decade ago who came along to join in on this concert, they have plenty to celebrate.
This concert offered something for absolutely everybody and the huge crowd clearly indicated their appreciation with their enthusiastic applause after every item and demands for encores from both orchestras.