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AYO - Beethoven 9th Symphony

Ticket Information

  • Adult: $28.92 each ($25.00 + $3.92 fees)
  • Senior: $23.25 each ($20.00 + $3.25 fees)
  • Student/Child: $10.25 each ($10.00 + $0.25 fees)
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Dates

  • Sun 15 Oct 2023, 2:30pm–4:15pm

Restrictions

All Ages

Join us in St Paul's Collegiate School Chapel for this exciting concert celebrating Auckland Youth Orchestra’s 75th anniversary!

Mendelssohn: Verleih uns Frieden (Grant us Thy Peace) performed by the Auckland Youth Choir, conducted by David Squire. The work is a graceful and romantic prayer for peace.

Guilmant: Symphony No. 1 for Organ & Orchestra Soloist: Nicholas Forbes.
This flamboyant symphony is Guilmant’s most popular work!

Beethoven: Symphony No.9 with Auckland Youth Choir, directed by David Squire, and well-known soloists Morag Atchison, Catrin Johnsson, Jack Bourke and James Harrison. A performance of this symphony can never be an ordinary event – and it includes the famous “Ode to Joy”.


MUSIC DIRECTOR, AYO - Antun Poljanich
MUSIC DIRECTOR, AYC - David Squire


Auckland Youth Orchestra (est. 1948)

AYO is a full symphony orchestra comprised of 75 of Auckland's most talented young musicians (ages 14-26). For 75 years it has been training musicians in the skills of orchestral playing, bridging the gap between high school orchestras and adult professional ensembles.

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