Bring the whole family and celebrate with us at Booth Amphitheatre on June 3, from 2 - 6pm. There will be music from current and alumni groups, games, and more. Bring a picnic or purchase food from the KBA concessions. Free but donations gratefully accepted.
April 28, 5 - 7 Support the award winning Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble as they prepare to go to the finals in the Jazz at Lincoln Center Essentially Ellington High School Competition and Festival in May, 2018. This beautiful evening at the home of Meredith Nelson and Keith Donahue will include refreshments and incredible big
Sunday, March 18 2:30 pm at Jordan Oaks Retirement Community in Cary. Music by Bach, Vivaldi, Haydn, and Brahms performed by Ximena Morales Kazuno, Maya Martin, Raphael Lee, Felicia Adizue, Saranya Vangipurapu, Matthew Chang, Karthik Annadurai, Catherine and Max Yates. Link to the program.
Triangle Youth Present Musical Stories The language of music, whether classical or jazz, can tell a story. PA musicians will present free, casual educational concerts in all the Wake County Regional Libraries in March. Triangle Youth Philharmonic Woodwind Trio Sunday March 4, 2018, 2:00 pm Northeast Regional Library Triangle Youth Philharmonic Woodwind
Jazz at Lincoln Center proudly announces the 15 finalist bands that will compete in the 23rd Annual Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition & Festival – one of the most innovative jazz education events in the world – at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s home, Frederick P. Rose Hall, on May 10 – 12, 2018.
A feature of the monthly Fourth Friday event at Ruggero Piano on February 23, the Triangle Youth Philharmonic will showcase some of its most outstanding performers. See concert calendar. Performing will be: Christina Yi: Bach's Violin Concerto No 2 Philharmonic Association String Quartet: Beethoven Opus 18 No. 1 Matthew Gillespie: Debussy Claire de Lune
The Triangle Youth Jazz Band (TYJB) will be premiering We Will Overcome by jazz composer, Harold Mims, with saxophone soloist Dr. Ron Carter, respected musician and educator. This composition has been specially written for the 2018 Dreamfest event on January 13. The Philharmonic Association established TYJB in 2013 to accommodate the burgeoning number of
Triangle Youth Philharmonic Musicians With A Crowdsourced Chorus (Public Sing-Along) Friday, January 5, 2018 at 8pm Edenton Street Methodist Church in Raleigh, NC. Free event! Donations to food bank are encouraged. Annual Sing-In of Handel's The Messiah
Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble Dr. Gregg Gelb, TYJE Director City Plaza, Mainstage (5:20 pm), First Baptist Church Fellowsip Hall, 99 Salisbury Street, (7 and 9:00 pm) First Night Tickets $11 in advance, $15 day of Online purchases now available through etix.