Thank you DYO for another great concert. By the Light of the Moon” was such an imaginative programme. You all played with such involvement, colour, and really responded to the energetic and committed conducting of David Burchell. The Fledermaus Overture was confident, fun, bounced from … Continue readingBY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON – REVIEW
Conducted by Beth Cohen, a recording of our latest concert from the 25 July 2020 is now available for your viewing and listening pleasure. The programme included: Mozart – Overture to the Magic Flute ‘Die Zauberflöte’ Saint Saens – Cello Concerto No. 1 in A … Continue readingORCHESTRATED EMPOWERMENT – RECORDING
Saturday night, a loyal audience of Dunedin ‘regulars’ and parents was rewarded with an exuberant performance at the Uni by the DYO. Players and listeners were as one, rejoicing in the public return of live music! One imagines that the challenge of organizing, rehearsing and … Continue readingORCHESTRATED EMPOWERMENT – REVIEW
Due to the current situation we’ve been taking a break from in person rehearsals. However, we have still been meeting regularly for Zoom catch ups. We can’t wait to play together for an audience!
In 2019 the Dunedin Youth Orchestra had the pleasure of performing at the iD Fashion Show. Following on from this a number of Orchestra players went into Albany Street Studios to record a few of the pieces performed at the show. Below is one of … Continue readingDYO PERFORM AND RECORD ANTHONIE TONNON’S “WATER UNDERGROUND”
We had a lot of fun performing ‘Cuckoos and Creek’s Chorus’ on Thursday September 26. Soloist Tessa Dalgety-Evans gave a wonderful rendition of the Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor and Ihlara McIndoe’s Audrey Reid Composition created a special atmosphere. Congratulations to the 2019 Young … Continue readingCuckoos and Creek’s Chorus
DYO rocks out with a rumble and a roar at Kavanagh College! In a brilliantly chosen programme, on Wednesday, 19th of September, the Dunedin Youth Orchestra succeeded once again in meeting and surpassing any expectations an enthusiastic and rapt audience may have had. Although she … Continue readingMountain Kings and Other Things – REVIEW
The Dunedin Youth Orchestra 2018 semester 2 concert, conducted by Anthony Ritchie, will be held at Kavanagh College Auditorium on 19 September. Come along to hear our exciting programme: Borodin – In the Steppes of Central Asia (Guest conductor: Emily Gordon) Rossini – Theme and … Continue readingUpcoming concert – Mountain Kings and Other Things!
Next concert! ‘Mountain Kings and Other Things’ – Wed, Sept 19th, 7:30pm at Kavanagh College Auditorium.
Come along to our free ‘taster’ concert at Hanover Hall (the old Monkey Bar) 8.15pm on Friday 18th May for a night of jazz music presented by the Dunedin Youth Orchestra featuring the Dunedin Youth Jazz Orchestra and some local high school jazz talent. Entry: … Continue readingDYO presents: In Blue feat. DYJO