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LOWER AUSTRIAN YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

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LOWER AUSTRIAN YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

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SUMMERCAMP LOWER AUSTRIAN YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Young musicians from across the region come to Grafenegg to make music and work on their symphonic programmes. As members of the Lower Austrian Youth Symphony Orchestra, musicians experience musical collaboration and discover new repertoire together. They are mentored by members of the Tonkunstler Orchestra and work with their new chief conductor, Vladimir Prado. The orchestra camp combines solid musical training with the relaxed ambiance of the Grafenegg summer – ideal conditions for an outstanding concert experience for audience and orchestra alike. Following on from the traditional spring performance on Easter Sunday, an orchestral concert will show the young Lower Austrian stars.    

 

LOWER AUSTRIAN YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

The Lower Austrian Youth Symphony Orchestra is one of the major institutions of its kind in Austria. Founded some 40 years ago as a small string ensemble, it is now a full symphony orchestra that provides 85 young musicians with the chance to make music together and to experience the world of orchestral playing. Aged between 15 and 22, they are mentored by members of the Tonkunstler Orchestra, in addition to their regular musical training. Its chief conductor is Vladimir Prado, a regular guest conductor with numerous orchestras in Europe and South America and founder of the Florilegium Musicum Vienna. Since 2014, close cooperation between Grafenegg and the regional music education system has resulted in an annual orchestra camp. Grafenegg audiences can enjoy the Orchestra twice every year: in its traditional performance of the prelude on Easter Sunday and at a concert on 14 July as prelude to a summer concert.

 

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