Cascade Youth Symphony Announces 2010-11 Concert Schedule

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Cascade Youth Symphony with gospel choir at Benaroya Hall
The Cascade Youth Symphony Orchestras (CYSO) today announced its schedule of public performances for the 2010-11 season. The season begins with “The Celtic Tenors in concert with the Cascade Youth Symphony” on Saturday, November 20 at Benaroya Hall, finishes with a European tour in June and July and includes three performances in Shoreline in February and May.

“It’s an exciting year for all of us,” says CYSO Executive Director David Endicott. “As we like to say, we’re starting our second quarter century under the baton of Gerry Marsh. He’s been a terrific music shepherd for generations of young people and an inspiration to all the staff and volunteers during his first 25 years at our musical helm. Beginning our performance year at Benaroya Hall is most appropriate for the occasion.”

The 2010-11 CYSO Shoreline performances are as follows:

February 6, 2011 at 7:00 pm
Cascade Youth Symphony
Shorecrest Performing Arts Center in Shoreline

February 13, 2011 at 3:00 pm
Cascade Sinfonette, Premiere and Junior concerts
Shorecrest Performing Arts Center in Shoreline

May 1, 2011 at 4:00 pm
Cascade Sinfonette, Premiere, Junior and Youth Symphony concerts
Aurora Church of the Nazarene in Shoreline

The Cascade Youth Symphony Orchestras, presented by Kennelly Keys Music and Classic KING-FM Radio 98.1, are comprised of five merit-based youth symphony ensembles. With student players from eight to 21 years old from throughout north and east King and south Snohomish Counties, CYSO has been working cooperatively with regional schools for more than 33 years to provide after-school hours instrumental music instruction and performance opportunities to talented young musicians. Principal Conductor and Music Director Gerry Jon Marsh, a music professor at Seattle Pacific University, recently celebrated his 25th anniversary at the music helm of CYSO.


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