Concerts by the Etowah Youth Orchestras

Don’t miss these great upcoming performance of the Etowah Youth Orchestras!

Thursday, May 4th – 7 PM – EYO Spring Strings Concert

210 at the Tracks, 210 Locust Street, Gadsden

 

Saturday, May 6th– 7 PM – EYO Spring Formal Concert

Auditorium, Gadsden City High School

 

EYO CLOSES OUT 2016-2017 SEASON WITH SPRING STRINGS, SPRING FORMAL CONCERT

Two separate performances highlight all four EYO after-school ensembles

The four after-school ensembles of the Etowah Youth Orchestras will all wrap up their 2016-2017 performance seasons this week with two Spring Concerts.

The EYO Spring Formal Concert, which is a part of the Daniel Foundation of Alabama Concert Series, will be presented on Saturday, May 6th at 7 PM. The performance, which features the EYO’s top performing ensembles – the Etowah Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Etowah Symphonic Wind Ensemble – will be held in the Auditorium at Gadsden City High School. Tickets for the performance are $10, with special rate for seniors ($8) and students ($5). Tickets may be purchased online in advance of the show at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2906304, or at the door beginning one hour prior to the performance (please note that sales at the door will be cash or check only). The program includes music by Gustav Holst, Dmitri Shostakovich, film composers James Horner and Hans Zimmer, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Manuel de Falla, and EYO Music Director Mike Gagliardo.

The EYO Spring Strings Concert, which is a part of the Howard Core Company Concert Series, features the Etowah String Philharmonic and the June Moore Bugg Prelude Strings. The performance, which will be on Thursday, May 4th at 7 PM, will be held at 210 at the Tracks in downtown Gadsden. Tickets for the concert are $5, and may be purchase with cash or check at the door beginning one hour prior to the performance.

The Etowah Youth Orchestras is a project of the Gadsden Cultural Arts Foundation, in partnership with the Attalla City, Etowah County, and Gadsden City Boards of Education and the City of Gadsden.