The Santa Clarita Valley Youth Orchestra collection of ensembles will perform “Music that Makes You Move” at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons on Saturday, November 23 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The family performance will feature five of SCVYO’s seven performance groups, including Prelude Strings, Orchestra, Novae Symphonia, Santa Clarita Valley Brass Ensemble, and Prelude Winds and Brass.
Each group is excited to come together to perform at the PAC in one of their largest performances of the season. Months of practice have led up to this performance, so everybody is looking forward to showing Santa Clarita Valley their hard work.
The “Music that Makes You Move” program will present “music that makes you want to jump out of your seat to dance to the beat.”
Tickets will be $15 for general admission and $10 for children (12 & younger) and seniors (60+).
To get your ticket, visit www.canyonspac.com, and under “Shows” you will find “SCV YOUTH ORCHESTRA” performing Saturday, November 23.
The performance will take place on the Main Stage at the PAC, 26455 Rockwell Cyn. Road, Santa Clarita 91355.
We are thankful the city of Santa Clarita Arts Commission awarded the SCVYO a “Santa Clarita Presents” grant, making this performance in the PAC possible.
If you’d like to support the SCVYO this holiday season, the Annual Poinsettia Plant Sale fundraiser order deadline is Saturday, November 23. To learn more about the fundraiser and order poinsettias for your loved ones, please visit https://www.scvyo.org/about-poinsettia-campaign.
Santa Clarita Valley Youth Orchestra is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that has served the Santa Clarita Valley community and surrounding areas for more than 50 years, providing a variety of enriching instrumental education programs for students eight years and older. To learn more about SCVYO programs or to donate, please visit www.scvyo.org. For more information contact Executive Director Bess Knight at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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