The 7th annual Greater Miami Youth Symphony Advanced Camp Finale Concert will be held on June 28, at 1pm in the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center, 10950 SW 211 St., Cutler Bay. The program will include jazz, classical, and patriotic selections performed by a variety of ensembles including full orchestra, string orchestra, concert band, and jazz band. Students will showcase their hard work after a three-week intensive camp of small and large ensemble rehearsals, masterclasses, and music electives. The repertoire includes Strike up the Band by Gershwin, Beethoven Symphony No. 7 1st movement, Krommer Clarinet Concerto 1st movement with GMYS student Natalia Fumero, and America the Beautiful. Ticket pricing is as follows: Adult Tickets: $12; Youth/Seniors: $6 (available only at the box office, by phone, or in person). Camp groups are welcome; no charge for chaperones. Please call the box office at 786-573-5300 to purchase tickets. Adult tickets can also be purchased at www.smdcac.org
The Greater Miami Youth Symphony Summer Program began in 2007 in response to “a lot of requests from our parents, students, and community”, says Dr. Lesniak, Executive Director of the Greater Miami Youth Symphony. Today, the GMYS Summer Program is divided into three levels- Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. It serves over 300 students from South Florida, enriching their musical knowledge through a demanding two to six week course during which they play in orchestra, chamber groups, and instrumental classes in addition to electives such as music theory, ear training, sight reading, etc.
The Greater Miami Youth Symphony is an independent six-level orchestra program dedicated to training young musicians between 5 and 18 years of age. Conceived as a complementary facet to music instruction in the schools, GMYS has continuously succeeded in presenting high caliber performances to South Florida audiences. Today, GMYS serves over 800 youth during the school year and over 300 in the summer months.
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