Bay Youth Symphony (BaYS)
Music Director/Symphony Conductor - Joan Landry
Repertory Conductor - Elijah Langille
Managing Director - Candace Kniffen
Assistant Managing Director- Cassandra Sulbarán
Artistic Advisor - Steven Karidoyanes
BaYS is an auditioned*, sequential youth orchestra program designed to create an opportunity for dedicated and talented young musicians, living in communities south of Boston, to perform symphonic music at a high level in a well organized and supportive orchestra program. In partnership with the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, the program offers ensembles at two levels: a full orchestra for intermediate level string, wind and percussion students (Repertory), and a full orchestra for advanced string, wind and percussion students (Symphony). Artistic Advisor Steven Karidoyanes meets and rehearses with the orchestras three times per year. Students are coached by SSC faculty members and area music educators.
SSC private lesson students will receive a $25 discount.
Rehearsals take place at the Marshfield High School Music Suite on Tuesday evenings.
Starts September 15, 2015
BaYS 2015-2016 Auditions
BaYS auditions will be held Tuesday, August 18, 6-8 pm, at the Ellison Center for the Arts in Duxbury. Submit the online audition form or Contact Managing Director Candace Kniffen email@example.com or call 781-749-7565, ext. 32 to schedule an audition.
Conductor: Elijah Langille
Tuesdays, 6-8 pm
Full Tuition: $495
Conductor: Joan Landry
Tuesdays, 6-8:30 pm
Full Tuition: $525
|Tuition deposit: $200 (due by 8/10/15)|
|Repertory Balance due: $295||Symphony Balance due: $325|
|Students who study privately at SSC receive a $25 discount!|
|SSC student discount-Repertory Balance due: $270||SSC student discount-Symphony Balance due: $300|
BaYS Symphony Audition Requirements
Strings, Woodwinds and Brass
SOLO PIECE: Piece that demonstrates student’s ability and highest technical skills. Students should demonstrate knowledge of style, expression and articulation, and shifting ability.
SCALES: Symphony students should know major scales up to 4 sharps and 4 flats. Woodwinds and Brass will also be asked to play a chromatic scale in the range of their instrument. Repertory students should know scales up to three sharps and 3 flats in two octaves. Woodwinds and Brass students will also be asked to play a chromatic scale.
SIGHTREADING: All auditions may include a sightreading component
Financial aid is available for those who can document financial need.
Financial Aid deadlines and application.