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Welcome David Glover as the New TYP Conductor

By | 2018-11-14T16:03:21+00:00 |1, News|

Welcome the new Triangle Youth Philharmonic Conductor, David Glover! He will be making his first appearance on the TYP Concert, Nov 18, will make a cameo appearance on the Holiday Concert, December 17, and will have the full reins on the May 5th, 2019 concert. David is known to North Carolina audiences as the former

Watkins Grouptet CD Release October 26

By | 2018-11-14T15:57:32+00:00 |News|

Support TYJB conductor, Kobie Watkins, at the Durham debut of his Grouptet’s new album Movement on October 26, at the Durham Fruit Company, 305 S Dillard St, Durham, NC 27701.The Grouptet members are Kobie Watkins (Durham, North Carolina), Justin Nielsen (Boise Idaho), Ryan Nielsen (Salt Lake City, Utah), Jonathan Armstrong (Pocatello, Idaho), and Aaron Miller

Meet the New TYSO Conductor

By | 2018-11-14T16:01:06+00:00 |News|

We are pleased to welcome Myriah Luke, who is also a Philharmonic Association alumna, as the new conductor of the Triangle Youth String Orchestra. Myriah is a second year orchestra teacher in Wake County and very passionate about strings! Watch this video to meet Myriah and learn about TYSO.

Video of PA Musicians with Black Violin

By | 2018-10-08T14:21:41+00:00 |6, News, Season Events|

Enjoy this performance of Shaker on August 18 at Booth Ampitheatre. Black Violin is composed of classically trained violist and violinist Wil B. And Kev Marcus, who combine their classical training and hip-hop influences to create a distinctive multi-genre sound that is often described as “classical boom.” To highlight Black Violin’s dedication to accessible music education,

Save the Date: Medal of Arts Ceremony

By | 2018-10-08T14:18:32+00:00 |3, News|

Our own Gregg Gelb, will be honored as a 2018 Raleigh Medal of Arts awardee on November 13th. Please plan to attend and congratulate him! The City of Raleigh Arts Commission selected six individuals and two organizations to receive the 2018 Raleigh Medal of Arts, the City's highest arts honor.   The Raleigh Medal of Arts