Join us at Sertoma Amphitheatre in Cary's Bond Park for a morning concert to hear the summer intensive groups. This free concert will be held at 11:00 am. Bring a cushion for added comfort in the amphitheatre.
The Artistic Director of the Philharmonic Association is accepting applications for the position of Triangle Youth Philharmonic. Please read the description and process by going to the link on the Job Openings page under "News" or to this link: TYP Conductor Opening.
There were fifty-one Philharmonic Association musicians who graduated this season. Combined, they have given 225 years of service with their music making. Enjoy seeing them and where they are headed next year on the 2017-18 Seniors page under the News heading.
This internship is a rare opportunity for high school students to have hands-on experience in the business and music world. In addition to work experience, students can earn volunteer hours and will receive the official designation of Philharmonic Association Musician Intern. While in the program, students will develop skills and responsibility crucial to succeeding in
Auditions for the 2018-2019 session are scheduled the week of August 19th. Below is the list of assigned audition dates for the various instruments. These dates are for planning purposes only. Applicants must register online, and pay or receive a waiver for the audition fee, in order to be scheduled for an audition. Flutes: Wednesday,
Welcome Krista Wiese! Krista recently joined our team as the Executive Intern. She will be training with Executive Director Margaret Partridge to learn all the aspects of managing an arts non-profit and will also develop a new intern program for our upper classmen participants. Krista Wiese has been a member of the PA for over
Philharmonic Association alumnus, Adithya Muralidharan, is a finalist in The Kathleen Price and Joseph M. Bryan Youth Concerto Competition of the North Carolina Symphony. Adithya was a member of Philharmonic Association orchestras from 2007-2014, and continued his studies at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. He was selected as the second place
Lisa Burn will be leading both bands in performances at this annual Jazz Festival held at the North Carolina School of Science and Math and recently renamed as the Jim Ketch Jazz Festival in honor of his many years of jazz education. The closest address to the two performance stages is 1912 West Club Blvd, Durham,
All musicians wishing to play in TYP, TYS, TYO, TYJE, TYJO and TYJB must audition each year. Auditions are schedules the week of August 19. Information about full orchestra auditions can be found on the Auditions and Registration page under Symphonic heading. Information about jazz ensemble auditions can be found on the Regular Season Audition/Registration
We are grateful to Classical Voice of North Carolina for sending a reviewer to the TYP Concert on April 22. Our community is fortunate to have this online resource to support the arts throughout North Carolina! Read the full review by clicking here.