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Photos from the May concert are available here.
Audio and video recordings of the October and March concerts are now available. The concerts include both the Classical Orchestra and Youth Symphony performances. Recordings from these concerts and from previous seasons can be accessed under the “Recordings tab” above.
We are pleased to announce the results of this years piano concerto competition. 1st place: Mara Logan — Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue 2nd place: Daniel Cushman — MacDowell Piano Concerto 3rd place: Maya Boone — Grieg … Continue reading
The Youth Symphony and Classical Orchestra will perform in three concerts this season October 30 in the DeVos Center for Arts and Worship at Grand Rapids Christian High School March 5 in DeVos Hall in downtown Grand Rapids May 14 in DeVos Hall … Continue reading
The annual GRYS Piano Concerto Competition is scheduled to take place on January 7, 2017. Application deadline is December 2, 2016. >> Read More
The 2016-17 season will begin with an all-day retreat on September 10. Music for the first concert has been posted at members.grys.org (password required) so you can begin practicing. You can also listen to music using our Naxos subscription. Looking for … Continue reading
The audition results are in and letters have been sent to all members of the 2016-17 Youth Symphony and Classical Orchestra. If you were invited into one of these ensembles, be sure to complete your membership by signing and returning … Continue reading
The May 2016 concert will airing locally. Here are the times and stations. Saturday, May 21 @ 8:00 pm on Comcast Live Wire Channel 24 (Wyoming, Kentwood, GR metro area) Tuesday, May 24 @ 9:00 pm on WKTV Comcast 25 and AT&T … Continue reading
The Grand Rapids Youth Symphony and Classical Orchestra are now accepting registrations to audition for the 2017-18 season. Find out more here.
Independent Bank is supporting the arts by giving $5,000 to each of four non-profits located in counties they serve, or that are located within 10 miles of a branch. The four non-profits that receive the most votes will win $5,000 each. The Grand Rapids Youth Symphony … Continue reading