- Concerts featuring our MYO Ensembles at Carnegie Hall and Jazz at Lincoln Center
- New Commissioned Works for our MYO Ensembles
- Emerging Composers and Concerto and Vocal Competitions
- Free Long Island Community Concerts by our MYO Ensembles
- MYO Alumni reunite for the 7th Annual Choir and Orchestra Concert
New Member Auditions for Select Instruments and Voice Types
There are a limited number of openings in our MYO Choirs and Orchestras for the 2018-2019 season and we will hear auditions on rehearsal nights starting September 17-27. Please see our Auditions page for more details and call the MYO office to set up an audition date and time.
MYO Concerto and Vocal Competition Winner Performs November 4
We are thrilled to feature 2017-2018 MYO Concerto and Vocal Competition Winner Kenny Kim on the Sunday, November 4 concert at Adelphi University Performing Arts Center. He will perform the Weber Concertino with the Nassau Principal Orchestra, led by Scott Stickley.
As a MYO parent, I’ve had the unbridled pleasure of hearing more great live classical and contemporary orchestral music in the past three years than I had in the previous three decades. Furthermore, the opportunity for my son to play with the best fellow musicians of his age group on a regular basis – not just as a once-a-year event or two-week workshop – has
It has become almost a habit to pack up the violin and music, grab a pencil and some dinner, and hustle toward the car every Tuesday night for the past four years. MYO for me was divided into three parts, Concert Orchestra with Ms. Ho, Symphony Orchestra with Mrs. Koppeis, and Principal Orchestra with Mr. Stickley. Every step of the way, from Tchaikovsky to Ravel, playing music
MYO is such a great opportunity for any young musician. Since my daughter Chelsea joined, she has become more confident not only in her musicality but in her daily life. Being part of a group of such talented musicians only makes you better and encourages you to excel. I am overwhelmed by the professionalism and friendliness of the MYO staff. They provide a safe, positive
Since auditioning in fourth grade, MYO has become a treasured part of my life. As a vocalist and violinist, I have the opportunity to join other students who love and live their music. MYO is a wonderful and extraordinary gift that has helped me to grow, both as a person and a musician. I cherish the privilege of being taught by extraordinary instructors and performing
My MYO tour to China in the summer of 2014 was an experience I will remember for my entire life. For two weeks, I saw spectacular sights and visited amazing places like the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, the Dragon Lady’s Summer Palace, and the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. I was able to play in concert, and hear Chinese orchestras in concert as