West Virginia Youth Symphony holds annual Winter Concert Jan. 6
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Youth Symphony is preparing to hold its annual Winter Concert Sunday, Jan. 6, at 3 p.m. in the University of Charleston Geary Auditorium.
Student musicians will perform in four different ensembles: Cadet Strings, Youth Strings, Youth Wind Ensemble, and Youth Orchestra. Concert repertoire will include selections by Tchaikovsky, Handel, and Wagner, among others.
Tickets are $10 for adults, all children 18 and under are admitted free of charge.
The West Virginia Youth Symphony is a non-profit arts organization that provides instrumental instruction and performance opportunities to young musicians from the region, and supports four ensembles and eleven chamber groups.
The West Virginia Youth Symphony consists of 125 music students, ranging in age from 7-20 and from 36 different schools and 11 counties in West Virginia.
The West Virginia Youth Symphony is funded through nominal tuition, grants and the generosity of individual and corporate donors.
The West Virginia Youth Symphony has been designated the Official Youth Symphony of West Virginia.
For more information on the West Virginia Youth Symphony, call 304-957-9888 or visit www.wvyouthsymphony.org.