Quincy Area Youth Orchestra spring concert to be held Sunday at Baldwin School
QUINCY — The Quincy Area Youth Orchestra will present its spring concert at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 26 at Baldwin School, 30th and Maine.
Under the direction of Rich Cangro, the orchestra will perform bright and colorful selections like “Festique” by M.L. Daniels, “Genesis” by Rossano Galante, “Marche Militaire Francaise from Algerian Suite” by Camille Saint-Saëns, and “Danse Négre from African Suite” by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
Admission to the concert is free with donations encouraged.
The 2022-23 QAYO comprises 35 talented local musicians. Each of the members was selected for the orchestra based on auditions held in October. The student musicians come together weekly for rehearsals. Their first performance was on Feb. 19 when they joined the Quincy Symphony Orchestra side-by-side for William Camphouse’s “Brilliance.” The Illinois composer wrote this piece to honor the Quincy Symphony Orchestra Association’s 75th anniversary.
This program is made possible by:
- Encore! Symphony Volunteer Council
- Illinois Arts Council Agency
- Tracy Family Foundation
- Michelmann Foundatio
- J.W. Gardner II Foundation
- Jayne and Leroy Boeckelman Fund for Young Musicians
- Katherine Broemmel Endowment for the Arts
- Paul H. & Anne B. Gardner Memorial Fund
- Mary Ridder Cherny Fund
- Irwin Family Fund
For more information on this and other youth programs of the QSOA, visit www.qsoa.orgor call 217-222-2856.
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