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2016 – Wilmington, NC
An overnight trip with Youth Orchestra and Repertory Strings. The ensembles combined to give a full concert program including original works of Tchaikovsky, Elgar, Ives, Mahler, Stravinsky, and more. Check out the itinerary here!
2014 – Chicago
Highlights included… Giving a live performance with silent film in the historic Patio Theatre; performing in a clinic in Symphony Center with members of the Chicago Symphony; hearing a Chicago Symphony concert with private post-concert Q&A; sightseeing including the Art Institute of Chicago and more… check out our dedicated page here!
2013 – Albemarle and Lumberton, NC
An overnight trip across North Carolina, performing in the Stanly County Agri-Civic Center and historic Carolina Civic Center in Lumberton; a full concert program of Sibelius, Prokofiev, Wagner, Enescu, and more.
2012 – Elizabeth City and Tryon, NC
Two trips, one overnight, one day trip; performances at College of the Albemarle and the Tryon Arts Center; concert repertoire including Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, Saint-Saens, Weber, Schubert, Brahms, and more.
2010 – Vienna, Salzburg, and Munich
The GSYO’s first international tour – a resounding success with performances in Berchtesgaden, Germany and Votive Church, Vienna; performing in clinics with members of the Berlin Philharmonic; attending a Berlin Philharmonic rehearsal; sightseeing across Austria, Germany, and more!
2008 – Charleston, SC
An overnight trip featuring a performance in the Piccolo Spoleto Festival; paired in concert with The Youth Orchestra of the Low Country (now Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestra); repertoire including movements of Holst’s Planets, Debussy, and more.
2007 – Carnegie Hall & New York City
An epic adventure culminating in a fantastic Carnegie Hall performance of Elgar’s Enigma Variations; sightseeting including Ellis Island, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and more!
2001 – Kennedy Center & Washington, DC
1985 – Carnegie Hall & New York City