Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra

Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra

Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra

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The Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra (TSYO) is a high-level orchestral training programme for talented musicians aged 22 and under. TSYO alumni are found in virtually every major performing organization in Canada, and many have embarked on solo and chamber music careers worldwide.

Founded in 1974 by Victor Feldbrill, the TSYO has enjoyed a close partnership with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra for over 30 years. A collaborative on stage performance named "Side-by-Side" is held annually at Roy Thomson Hall. Additionally, all TSYO members are encouraged to compete in an annual concerto competition. The prize of this competition is the opportunity to perform a solo with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

The TSYO's affiliation with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra grants them the privilege of working with world-renowned guest artists and conductors. Guests include Midori, Yo-Yo Ma, Wynton Marsalis, Emmanuel Pahud, Richard Stolzman, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, Gunther Herbig, and Sir Andrew Davis.

The youth orchestra has toured extensively within Canada and abroad. In 1999, the TSYO represented Canada at the Banff International Festival of Youth Orchestras. Other tour destinations have included the Canadian Arctic, Texas, Massachusetts, California, Japan and Europe.

The repertoires for the 2010-2011 season includes Excerpts from the Nutcracker Suite(which they will play side by side with the TSO), The Three Cornered Hats Suite No. 2 , Romeo and Juliet Overture, Dvorak's New World...
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