Friday, March 5, 2021
The American Youth Symphony (AYS) and A Place Called Home (APCH) have joined forces once again to bring classical music to South Central families and the local community. On Friday, March 5, 2021 at 6:15 p.m., as part of APCH’s Family Film Fridays, AYS will present a FREE interactive pre-show concert event featuring performances by AYS and APCH musicians, a live raffle, and a conducting lesson led by Jessica Bejarano, founder and conductor of the San Francisco Philharmonic. Following the pre-show concert, guests will be treated to a screening of the animated musical film, Sing.
Next Concert - Saturday March 20, 2021
American Youth Symphony (AYS) and ESMoA, an art museum in El Segundo, have partnered to produce intimate concert experiences for our community to be able enjoy live music together. Join us on Saturday, March 20, 2021 from the comfort of your home via livestream on your favorite social media platform.
Stay tuned for future performance dates and the release of a documentary video of the concerts.
Join AYS for an exciting evening concert from the comfort of your home. Program includes four ensemble performances, including a WORLD PREMIERE from Maestro Izcaray. Purchase a catered meal or a watch party snack pack to make the Fall Concert an even more special event!
Conductor, Carlos Izcaray
Igor STRAVINSKY: Symphonies of Wind Instruments
Jessie MONTGOMERY: Starburst
Carlos IZCARAY: Bloom, WORLD PREMIERE
Benjamin BRITTEN: Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge
Saturday, January 9, 2021
Year-End campaign donors will receive an exclusive premiere of AYS Creative Fellow and Principal Cellist, Alex Mansour’s, new piece, A Thousand Cranes, on Saturday, January 9th. Performed with AYS Concertmaster Gallia Kastner, A Thousand Cranes offers an exciting collaboration and exchange of the themes that inspire Mansour. Anyone contributing $25 or more to AYS from Oct. 1st through Dec. 31st will receive an invitation and a link to the premiere. Participate in AYS’ Year-End campaign by clicking here.