September Newsletter

 

 

September is an exciting time to be part of the SYO family. We are celebrating all the effort our musicians have put in over Term 3 with the Spring String Showcase on Saturday 9 September before rehearsals wrap up on Monday 18 September. The September School holidays are jam-packed with family fun activities including the Central West Strings Camp at our Dubbo hub, a three-day school holiday program at Casula Powerhouse, a performance in the Sydney Fringe Festival, and experimental music-making in Western Sydney Parklands.

 

SYO Out & About

16 AUGUST

Last month we held a special event at Dendy Opera Quays to celebrate the recent SYO European Tour. Musicians brought along their friends and families to relive the once-in-a-life adventure on the big screen.

 

22 SEPTEMBER

Audition Applications for SYO 2018 close on Friday 22 September. The earlier you apply the longer you have to prepare your orchestral excerpts! Current SYO musicians, please make sure you register using the unique link emailed to you.. If you can’t locate your link, please email info@syo.com.au and we can resend it.

Coming Up at SYO

17 SEPTEMBER

WSYO has several exciting performances in Western Sydney over the next few weeks. On Sunday 17 September they perform free Meet The Orchestra concerts at Elara in Marsden Park and in Willowdale Park, Denham Court. More information available here.

22 & 23 SEPTEMBER

Together Live is an exciting collaboration between Sydney Youth Orchestras and the Sydney City Youth Ballet culminating in three performances over September 22nd and 23rd. The program features highlights from classical favourites, including The Nutcracker and Le Corsaire. Tickets available via The Concourse website.

25-27 SEPTEMBER

In the first week of the September school holidays, members of The Sydney Youth Orchestra are heading out to Dubbo for the SYO Central West Strings Camp, led by conductor John Ockwell. The three-day Strings Camp will provide an intensive and fun platform for Central West string musicians of all abilities to hone their playing skills. Register here.

30 SEPTEMBER

The Peter Seymour Orchestra are joining forces with stripey-socked singing sensation Lah-Lah and her Big Live Band in a very special concert just for the Sydney Fringe Festival. One concert only on Saturday 30th September at Sydney Town Hall. Tickets available here.

27-29 SEPTEMBER

Calling primary-aged children in Western Sydney! SYO’s Music Fun and Learning Week at Casula Powerhouse is a school holiday program which provides a combination of structured active learning activities and music games to cater for all primary school age children. Registrations here

1 & 8 OCTOBER

If you are interested in science, robotics, computers and music, visit Bungarribee Park in Western Sydney Parklands on 1st and 8th October for CoLabs, an exciting new outdoor event fusing art and science in extraordinary ways. More information about these events is available here.

 

Exclusive Offers for SYO Subscribers

 

Together Live SYO Philharmonic and Sydney City Youth Ballet

 

Together Live

Conducted by Brian Buggy and performed with Sydney City Youth Ballet

The Concourse, Chatswood

Friday 22 September 2017, 7pm
Saturday 23 September 2017, 2pm, 7pm

Use the code SCHOOLSTL to receive a $30 discount on your tickets for the FRIDAY NIGHT SHOW ONLY

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A Choral Dream | Elgar, Dream of Gerontius

Conducted by Brett Weymark and performed with Sydney Philharmonia Choirs

Sydney Opera House

Thursday 19 October 2017, 8pm
Saturday 21 October 2017, 2pm

Use the code SYO17 to receive a 20% discount on your tickets 

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‘Always exhilarating’ – Sydney Morning Herald
An epic international masterpiece returns to Sydney for its 100th performance. ‘2 One Another’ by Sydney Dance Company has rocked audiences around the world and must be felt to be believed.

5 – 14 October at Roslyn Packer Theatre

Email marketing@syo.com.au by Friday 15 September to go in the draw to win a double pass!

Book now: goo.gl/mCojHg

 

 

 

 

 

Hear groundbreaking composer and performer Joan La Barbara discuss her use of the voice as an instrument, demonstrating specific sounds and explaining how she has used these techniques in music, sound art and film scores. 

Powerhouse Museum, Monday 16 October, 6–8pm, $5–$18

Email marketing@syo.com.au by Friday 15 September to go in the draw to win a double pass!

Book now: http://bit.ly/2gnsG7Z