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TYJE + Strings = Unique March 7 Concert

By |2020-03-12T12:22:36+00:00|Season Events|

TYJE will present an unique concert tomorrow, March 7th, at Apex's Halle Cultural Arts Center, with the addition of strings of five tunes arranged by Nelson Riddle. Nelson Riddle is an amazing arranger with orchestrations that earned him an Academy Award and three Grammy Awards.  TYJE recently learned that they will be returning to New

TYJE On Stage for Bud Not Buddy (Cancelled)

By |2020-03-15T20:38:11+00:00|News|

Featuring live music by the Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble, Theatre Raleigh concludes its 2019-2020 Family Series with Bud, Not Buddy! This play is adapted from Christopher Paul Curtis's acclaimed Newbery Medal-winning novel and will play March 13-29 at the Kennedy Theatre in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Raleigh. Set in

TYP Honors Recital Postponed- now cancelled

By |2020-06-28T21:12:47+00:00|News, Season Events|

The wealth of talent auditioning on January 12th at Ruggero Piano for the Triangle Youth Philharmonic Honors Recital was incredible! Every single musician who played that day would have represented the Philharmonic Association and TYP very well in the upcoming March "Fourth Friday" recital series at Ruggero Piano. But, we only wanted about an hour

What Makes Music, Music?

By |2020-03-06T17:51:20+00:00|Season Events|

As part of our continuing series of relaxed performances at The Triangle Youth Music Center in Cary Towne Center, the Philharmonic Association String Quartet will present What Makes Music, Music? on Sunday, February 16, at 3 PM. All these performances are free, educational, and sensory friendly. The series began with the Triangle Youth Philharmonic String

Concert Sponsors Make Free Tickets Possible

By |2020-01-28T20:49:15+00:00|News|

The Philharmonic Association wants young people to know about the wonderful world of great classical music! This season, we began offering free tickets to young people through 12th grade, and lowered all our other ticket prices. Performing in the region's premiere hall purposely built for a symphony orchestra, Meymandi Concert Hall, is quite expensive with

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