Yorkshire Young Sinfonia Summer Courses 2017

2017-08-14

2017-08-19

9:00

17:00

Queen Margaret's School, York, United Kingdom

+44 (0)78 1443 7304

https://www.yys.org.uk/courses

Tuition fees offer incredible value for money at  £395 for the 6-day course. 

Events Description

YYS provides young musicians with an intensive week of orchestral rehearsals and sectionals where they will learn an exciting and stretching range of music with some of Europe’s best musicians and teachers.

In addition to their tuition, students also receive workshops ranging from Choir, Movement and Communication, Performance Etiquette (delivered by RNCM) and Performance Psychology (delivered by the University of Leeds).

For our 2017 course, YYS will be performing at Hull City Hall. We will also be joined by classical music and social media sensation Ray Chen – winner of the Queen Elisabeth (2009) and Yehudi Menuhin Competitions (2008).

The course is for young musicians aged 12-18 during the time of the course, and at least grade 6 standard.

The students will enjoy fantastic facilities and accommodation, where all aspects of their musical and social development are nurtured by our passionate staff.

Organizers

Yorkshire Young Sinfonia

Yorkshire Young Sinfonia CIC 88 Highfield Scarborough YO12 4AN

https://www.yys.org.uk

About the organiser

The UK's most dynamic youth orchestra! The YYS team is made up of musicians from some of Europe's leading orchestras and conservatoires.

Contact information

info@yys.org.uk

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