Winter Concert for YS
Sunday, March 5, 3:00pm
First United Methodist Church
Congratulations to our Young Artist Solo Competition Winners!
This past weekend, we had 25 talented musicians play for us at our annual Young Artist Solo Competition. We are proud to announce this year's winners:
1st - Jory Lane, violin
2nd - Rebecca Park, flute
3rd - Ciara McGuire, violin
4th - Jayna Powell, cello
We also have 5 Honorable Mentions (listed in alphabetical order):
Meera Bhatia, oboe
Emma Book, violin
Michael Carlson, violin
Kooper Lane, violin
Rhianna Lingle, violin
Congratulations to all who participated!
Congratulations to our 2017 Raffle Drawing Winners!
Chris Cooper – Grand Prize
Andy Fletcher – Recreation Package
Sylvia Hartojo – Pampering Package
Sharon Krana – Golf Package
Emilio Mendenilla – Family Package
Carolyn Moyer – Sports Package
Laura Vogt – Culture Package
We are the most comprehensive instrumental music program for youth in this part of the country. Our mission compels us to provide for artistic development through high quality, diverse music experiences that enrich the cultural environment of local, national and international communities. The Mozart String Project, an outreach program for beginning string players, is offered in school districts where there are no string programs. The Youth Symphony plays for thousands of children and adults yearly, focusing on audiences that have limited exposure to live orchestral music.
Our eight youth ensembles connect families to the life-altering power of musical performance, both in the Pikes Peak Region and around the world. Whether they’re playing at our home base in Colorado Springs at the Pikes Peak Center, or far afield in New York’s Carnegie Hall, New Zealand, China, Australia, Bulgaria or Japan, our students benefit from our comprehensive instrumental music program.