ORLANDO, FL - On Thursday, June 27, the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestras’ (FSYO) students, parents, and staff will embark on an East Asia tour to explore famous landmarks and perform concerts across China. Immersed in new cultures, students will gain an experience of a lifetime during their two-week journey, and have the opportunity to play and learn alongside youth from other countries.
Information on tickets for concerts at The Forbidden City Concert Hall, the Concert Hall of Xi’an Conservatory, the Zhejiang Concert Hall, and the Shanghai City Theatre in can be found online at www.fsyo.org.
About FSYO: Florida Symphony Youth Orchestras exists to encourage children and young adults, through the practice and performance of orchestral music, to become passionate leaders, thinkers, and contributors in their local community and beyond. In its 62nd Concert Season, FSYO serves almost 300 students and is comprised of seven ensembles - 3 symphony orchestras, a string-training orchestra, a chamber orchestra, 2 jazz orchestras - and 2 supplementary programs - Stringmania Summer Camp and Sing-Song, String-Along.
Programs are sponsored in part by the Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs; the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; Orlando Utilities Commission; The City of Orlando, Mayor's Matching Grant; and United Arts of Central Florida.
Seminole Cultural Arts Council
SCAC is a catalyst for the preservation of local cultural and historic heritage, including performing, literary, visual arts and sciences; serving to sustain, develop and advance the cultural life of Seminole County.