Youth Symphony Performs

Youth Symphony Performs

7:00 PM, Monday May 1st 
Newport PAC 

Salem Youth Symphony Philharmonia Orchestra (SYSPO) performs a concert featuring selections from Brahms' Hungarian Dances, Tchaikovsky's Capriccio Italien, and Paul Dukas' Sorcerer's Apprentice. SYSPO includes more than 50 middle and high school musicians from the Salem area, they will be joined by members of Newport's own youth symphony NYSOC for this performance.

This concert not only gives young central coast musicians the chance to experience the beauty and intensity of playing with a full symphony orchestra, but it is also an opportunity for music-lovers of all ages to enjoy an inspiring performance.

Please join them for a evening of inspirational music! Admission is free, donations welcome.

Help Your Symphony

There are many ways you can help the NSO continue to present high-quality classical music on the Oregon coast.

1. Become a volunteer for the Symphony. We need help with everything from feeding musicians to promotion to writing grants. Any talent, interest, or free time you would like to donate is most welcome! Join us today by speaking to a Board member at a concert, e-mailing us at info@newportsymphony.org, or calling 541-574-0614.

2. Sponsor a musician or make a donation. Ticket revenue covers only about 30% of the cost of bringing the NSO to the stage. Won’t you help by making a donation? If you’d like to sponsor a musician, please contact the NSO.

3. Underwrite our education initiatives. Educational activities include support for the Newport Youth Symphony of the Oregon Coast (NYSOC), summer youth music camp, and a special concert by a visiting youth orchestra. If you or your business would like to support any of these activities, please call or e-mail the symphony.

4. House a musician. We are always seeking generous residents who will open up their homes to NSO musicians for rehearsal and concert weekends. If you have a guest room and would like to get to know an NSO musician a little better, let us know!