Festival of Youth Orchestras

National Concert Hall, Saturday 19th February

The Irish Association of Youth Orchestras (IAYO) is delighted to announce their return to the National Concert Hall in Dublin for their annual Festival of Youth Orchestras on Saturday, February 20th . The 2022 edition will see young musicians from across Ireland take to the stage to perform classical works, and modern arrangements, for youth orchestra in a variety of styles. It’s a family friendly event not to be missed!

The Festival of Youth Orchestras is the annual celebration of youth orchestras, and the young musicians of Ireland, with a great variety of music played by young people, for young people.

The 2022 edition will see young musicians from across Ireland take to the stage to perform classical works and modern arrangements for youth orchestra in a variety of styles. The concert will feature classics such as the Waltz from Sleeping Beauty by Tchaikovsky, two movements from The Firebird Suite by Stravinsky, and the beautiful Palladio by Karl Jenkins, along with music from the movies including Pirates of the Caribbean, The Hunger Games and Gone with the Wind, a traditional Irish work by Michael Rooney and much, much more.

The 26th Festival of Youth Orchestras will feature:

• EA City of Belfast School of Music Junior Chamber Orchestra
•  Music Generation Louth Senior String Orchestra
• Dundalk Grammar School Orchestra
•  Irish Midlands Youth Orchestra
•  Queen’s University Symphony Orchestra


Date:
Saturday 19th February
Time:
3.00pm
Price:
€7.50 - €20
Address:
National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Saint Kevin's, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Saint Kevin's, Dublin, Ireland

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