GNOYO 2022 Summer Music Festival & Summer Pops Orchestra

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inspire young musicians through engaging and rewarding orchestral music experience.

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Summer Music Festival teachers are

Open to GNOYO memberswith and non-members. professional musicians experience Open to GNOYO members non-members. No audition required. Placement is based on working with youngand musicians. No audition required. Placement is based on

Past instructors include:

Woodwinds Space is limited. Jane Gabka, Oboe Michel Zaitzeff, Violin Space is deadline limited. May 1. Early Enrollment Patti Adams, Flute Lauren Lemmler, Violin Early Enrollment deadline MayClarinet 1. John Reeks, Kate Withrow, Violin Strings

Stacy Salay, Bassoon Dr. Marta Jurjevich, Violin Sarah Schettler, Flute Janeta Mavrova, SummerViolin Music Festival teachers are Jorge Montilla, Clarinet Tarrah Reynolds, Violin Summer Music Festival teachers are professional musicians with experience Mark O’Connor, Violin Brass professional musicians with experience working with young musicians. Christina Towell, Violin Fred musicians. Wild, Horn working young Hannah Yim,Violin with Past instructors include:Vance Woolf, Trumpet Carl Lacoste, Viola include:William Hess, Trombone Past instructors Woodwinds Strings Bruce Owen, Viola Matt Wright, Trombone Woodwinds Strings Jane Gabka, Tuba Oboe Tanya Cello MichelAnisimova, Zaitzeff, Violin Bob Nunez, Jane Gabka, Oboe Patti Adams, Flute Horn David Rosen, Cello Michel Zaitzeff, Violin Lauren Lemmler, Violin John Cahill, French Patti Adams, Flute Trumpet John Reeks, Clarinet HelenWithrow, Gillet, Cello Lauren Lemmler, Violin Kate Violin Stephen Orejudos, John Clarinet StacyReeks, Salay, Bassoon PaulMarta Macres, Bass Kate Withrow, ViolinViolin Dr. Jurjevich, Percussion Stacy Bassoon Sarah Salay, Schettler, Flute Jeb Marta Stewart, BassViolin Dr. Jurjevich, Violin Janeta Mavrova, Dave Salay Sarah Schettler, Clarinet Flute Jorge Montilla, Dave Bass JanetaAnderson, Mavrova, Tarrah Reynolds,Violin Violin JamesMontilla, Atwood Clarinet Jorge Tarrah Reynolds, Violin Mark Violin RachelO’Connor, Van Voorhees Brass Rares Caluseriu Mark O’Connor, Christina Towell, Violin Kirschman, HarpViolin Brass Fred Wild, Horn Piano & Chamber Music Christina Towell, Violin Hannah Yim,Violin Cathy Anderson, Harp Fred Wild, Horn Vance Woolf, Trumpet Frankie Kelly Hannah Yim,Violin Carl Lacoste, Viola Violin Amelia Clingman,. Vance Woolf, William Hess,Trumpet Trombone Carl BruceLacoste, Owen,Viola Viola William Hess,Trombone Trombone Matt Wright, Bruce Owen, ViolaCello Tanya Anisimova, Dr.Matt Jean Montès, Conductor Wright, Trombone Bob Nunez, Tuba Tanya Cello David Anisimova, Rosen, Cello Nunez, TubaConductor Dr.Bob Kent Jensen, John Cahill, French Horn David Cello Helen Rosen, Gillet, Cello John Cahill, FrenchTrumpet Horn Stephen Orejudos, Helen Gillet, Bass Cello Paul Macres, Stephen Orejudos, Trumpet Percussion Paul Macres,Bass Bass Jeb Stewart, Greater NewPercussion Orleans Dave Salay Youth Orchestras Greater Jeb Stewart, Bass Dave Anderson, Bass New Orleans Youth Orchestras 7100 St. Charles Ave., Suite 207, Dave Salay James Atwood Dave Bass 7100 St.Orleans, Charles LA Ave., Suite 207, RachelAnderson, Van Voorhees New 70118 James Atwood Caluseriu New Orleans, LARares 70118 Rachel Van Voorhees Kirschman, Harp Phone 504.861.1801 Rares Caluseriu Piano & Chamber Music Phone 504.861.1801 Kirschman, Harp Harp Cathy Anderson, Fax 504.861.1806 Piano Chamber Music Frankie&Kelly Fax Harp 504.861.1806 Cathy AmeliaAnderson, Clingman,. Violin Frankie Kelly Amelia Clingman,. Violin

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Young musicians, ages 7 to 19, are placed by audition in GNOYO’s challenging and rewarding _____orchestral programs. Five orchestras and three ___ outreach programs are offered: _____ ___ Now • Symphony in its 27th season, the Greater New Orleans _____Now inOrchestras its 27th season, theShore Greater New Orleans • Philharmonia and North Youth (GNOYO) is an Philharmonia independent ___ p Youth Orchestras (GNOYO) is an independent • Sinfonia and North Shore Sinfonia • Youngyoung Artist musicians Academy through engaging and inspire _____inspire young musicians through engaging and • Chamber Music Groups orchestral music experience. ___ rewarding include: include: _____rewarding orchestral music experience. 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Endangered Instruments Program _____their Violin:Music G, Bb -2-octave scales for the string ___ • Endangered Violin: G, Bb -2-octave scales for the string Instruments Program New Orleans Boys’ Choir orchestras; any two 3-octave scales for the full orchestras; any two 3-octave scales for the full • New Orleans Boys’ Choir (1 major/1 minor preferred) Recentorchestras seasons have included a concert at (1 major/1 minor preferred) _____Eachorchestras Viola, Cello: C, Dalso -2-octave scalesannual for the string season, GNOYO presents ___ Viola, Cello: C, D -2-octave scalesan forthe thefull string orchestras; two 3-octave scales for orchestras _____collaborations Each season, GNOYO also presents an annual the Louisiana Philharmonic Soloists with Concerto Competition, three orchestras; two 3-octave scales for the full orchestras ___ Young (1 major/1 minor preferred) Young Soloists Concerto Competition, three _____Orchestra and the New Orleans Ballet major community outreach (1 performances, major/1 minor preferred) ___ Bass: E,GNOYO G -1-octave forParticipants the string of orchestras; major performances, community outreach Association. isprograms. thescale proud recipient the concerts, and summer Bass: E, G -1-octave scale for the string orchestras; twoand 2-octave scales for the full orchestras (1 major/1 concerts, summer programs. 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The 24th annual Summer Music Festival will take place Monday - Friday, June 6-10, 2022 at St. Charles Ave. Baptist Church. • String Orchestra - ages 7 - 12 • Full Orchestra - ages 12 - 19 Students will have an opportunity to learn from some of the most talented professional musicians • small group instruction • numerous performance opportunities • social interaction with other talented musicians. A staff of musicians will lead daily sectionals and pedagogy classes, and play with the students at all rehearsals and performances.

Will be at St. Charles Ave. Baptist Church! Rehearsals will begin on June 14th and will continue June 21, 24, 25 through June 26th from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. An intergenerational orchestra open to all ages! The Final Concert will be held on June 26th at 5:30 p.m. . St. Charles Ave. Baptist Church Baptist Church at and is free and open to the public. No audition is necessary. Enrollment is on a firstcome basis and open to students who play violin, viola, cello, bass, harp, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, French horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, and percussion.

Check program(s) applying for: ______ Summer Music Festival ______ Summer Pops! Orchestra Name _____________________________ LAST

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Registration: Monday, June 6, 8:30 am Tentative Rehearsal & Class Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Friday - 8:30 am - 1:00 pm Interactive Lecture Recitals Monday - Thursday1-2 pm Concerts: Chamber Music Ensembles Thursday, June 5, 1-3 pm Final Performance Friday, June 10, 11:15 am Potluck Lunch Friday, June 10, 12 pm

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Enrollment: open to students who play one of the following instruments: String Orchestra - violin, viola, cello, bass, harp Full Orchestra - violin, viola, cello, bass, harp,

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trumpet, trombone, tuba, percussion

Fax to: 504.861.1806 or Email to gnoyo@gnoyo.org

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T-Shirt Size (circle one): Youth Small Youth Med. Adult Small Adult Med.

Fees: $250Tuition - early enrollment (by May 1) $350Tuition (after May 1) Location: St, Charles Ave. Baptist Church 7100 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118

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Mail to: GNOYO, 7100 St. Charles Ave., Suite 207, New Orleans, LA 70118

No Tuition. A $100 suggested donation is preferred by May 15th with the Registration deadline for Summer Pops! Orchestra.

This program sponsored a grant from Louisiana Division This program is is sponsored byby a grant from thethe Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, cooperation with the Louisiana Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council. The grant administered through the Arts State Arts Council. The grant is is administered through the Arts Council New Orleans. Council of of New Orleans.