Minnesota Youth Symphonies

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  • Orchestra Hall, 1111 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis. I-94 East to Hennepin Avenue exit. Left onto Hennepin. Right onto 12th and left onto Marquette. Turn left onto 11th Street. The Hall is on 11th between Marquette Avenue and Nicollet Mall.

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  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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  1. Minnesota Youth Symphonies Spring Concert

    1111 Nicollet Mall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: (651) 699-5811

    MYS celebrates 45 years of amazing performances and 30 years of artistry and education from Artistic Directors Manny and Claudette Laureano - featuring all four orchestras.

    Founded in 1972, the Minnesota Youth Symphonies (MYS) is one of the nation’s premier youth orchestra education programs. Dedicated to conservatory-level training for students, MYS enriches and inspires talented K-12 orchestral musicians by providing professional, comprehensive educational experiences, and thrills audiences with outstanding performances of orchestral repertoire.

    Our students come from all over Minnesota and western Wisconsin and from a wide variety of economic and cultural backgrounds to play in MYS orchestras. While many of the students hail from Minneapolis, St. Paul and Twin Cities suburbs, some are from as far away as Rochester, Hudson, and St. Cloud. Every week these students spend Saturdays at Highland Junior High School in St. Paul studying and playing fantastic music with some of the finest conductors and music educators in Minnesota.

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