Orchestra seeks young passionate prodigy musicians
For those who are virtuoso or interested in the field of music, Claremont Young Musicians Orchestra (CYMO) will be holding auditions starting August 30 through September 14 for a fee of $15.
Enthusiasts from ages 10 to 20 who specialize in playing string, woodwind, brass or percussion instruments are invited to audition. Each day during the audition period will be devoted to a different instrument. The schedule is as follows: violin, August 30 and 31; cello and bass, September 2 and 3; clarinet, September 4; brass, September 7; viola, September 8; oboe and bassoon, September 9; flute, September 10; percussion and harp, September 14.
Call the CYMO office from noon to 4 p.m. at (909) 624-3614 to schedule your audition.
CYMO is a Los Angeles Philharmonic premier youth orchestra dedicated to preserving symphonic music for future generations through its young musicians. Therefore, it offers annual events for orchestra members such as public performances at Disneyland and Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College.
Since its founding in 1989, CYMO has made some groundbreaking accomplishments, including the organization’s 2002 participation in a prestigious National Youth Orchestra Festival in Sarasota, Florida. Along with presenting major symphonic works, CYMO has also collaborated with respected performers from orchestras such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, The Juilliard School and Pacific Symphony. For more information, visit cymo.org or email email@example.com.