Tennessee Youth Symphony Holding Open Auditions

tennessee youth symphony
Photo: Tennessee Youth Symphony Facebook

Tennessee Youth Symphony, a 501(c)(3) dedicated to providing quality musical training and educational opportunities for young musicians in Middle Tennessee, will be holding open auditions for its 2019/2020 season on Monday, August 19 from 4 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, August 24 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Auditions will be held at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church on Franklin Pike in Nashville.

Tennessee Youth Symphony is comprised of about 140 talented, dedicated student musicians – ages 5th grade through college – from Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford and other Middle Tennessee counties. To learn more and schedule an audition, visit: https://tnys.org/auditions/

About Tennesse Youth Symphony
The Tennessee Youth Symphony was originally called the Williamson County Youth Orchestra (WCYO). The WCYO was founded in August 1997 for the purpose of providing high-quality musical training and educational opportunities for young musicians in Williamson County and surrounding areas. In July 2017, they changed their name to the Tennessee Youth Symphony. This organization is comprised of two performing ensembles that rehearse once a week from September until May. The Youth Symphony is a full orchestra comprised of approx. 100 advanced musicians. They perform a variety of musical styles, enriching their musical experiences and promoting a life-long appreciation for the arts. The Prelude Strings are made up of approx. 50 intermediate level students.