Beaufort Youth Orchestra to perform

Beaufort Youth Orchestra is holding upcoming concerts and the public is invited to be part of the beauty of music with these young performers.
Beaufort Youth Orchestra is a branch of Beaufort Symphony Orchestra.  Even so, it is a complete orchestra of its own, made up of young musicians from all over Beaufort County.  Twice a year, musicians ages 11 to 20 audition for the group. If their skills are advanced enough, they may join the orchestra and meet once a week for rehearsals. After months of juggling school work, extra-curricular activities, private practice time and group rehearsals, the young musicians are ready to weave their craft of orchestrated song for all to hear in their performances.
The first concert will be Wednesday, Nov. 14, in Sun City. The second concert will be on Tuesday, November 20, in the Fellowship Hall at The Parish Church of St. Helena in Beaufort. Both concerts begin at 7 p.m. The musical selections for this performance series include pieces from “Chicago,” Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, “My Fair Lady” and Dvorak’s New World Symphony.
All concerts are free and open to the public.

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