Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra Winter Concert

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The Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra will be presenting it’s Winter 2014 concert at the Montgomery High School Performing Arts Center in Skillman, NJ. The concert will take place at 3:00 pm on December 14, 2014. This concert will feature not only our Symphonic and Concert orchestras, but also the premier performance of the newest GPYO ensemble, the GPYO Choir, under the direction of Ms. Jennifer Sengin. Our audience will be treated to the music of Tchaikovsky, Smetana, Edward Elgar, Richard Meyer and many, many more! Concert Orchestra is once again under the baton of Dr. Arvin Gopal, and the Symphonic Orchestra is led by Artistic Director, Mr. Kawika Kahalehoe.

At this time GPYO also is inviting students who would be interested in joining the orchestra or choir after the turn of the new year, to register for an audition. Anyone interested in choir should contact Mr. Matt VanDyke at mvandyke.gpyo@gmail.com.
Questions about the orchestra auditions can be directed to Mr. Mark Morris at mmorris.gpyo@gmail.com. Registration forms for both groups are available on the GPYO website (www.gpyo.org.)

The Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra is very excited to once again be hosting a youth orchestra festival in Verizon Hall, at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia. This festival will include performances from all four of GPYO’s
orchestras, plus the Hopewell Valley High School Orchestra. Symphonic Orchestra.

One of the highlights for the afternoon will be the performance of Tchaikovsky’s Variations on a Rococo Theme with renowned cellist Yumi Kendall, the Assistant Principal cellist of the Philadelphia Orchestra.

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