2018 Annual Student Concert
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Friday, April 27, 2018 10:00 am and 11:45 am
Peoria Civic Center Theater
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A cornerstone of the Peoria Symphony Orchestra’s educational outreach for 65 years. Since 1954, thousands of students from the third to twelfth grades and their teachers have taken field trips to experience a live, interactive and fun one-hour performance of the Peoria Symphony Orchestra. This season the Student Concert performances are scheduled for
Friday, April 27, 2018.
For some participants, this field trip supplements a rich music curriculum in their schools. For others, it is a rare of singular exposure to classical music. For the students of Quest Academy, the Student Concert is the culmination of a year of presentations by Maestro Stelluto and PSO musicians and guest artists in their schools.
Schools pay nominal fees to participate. Sponsorships and donations earmarked for educational outreach help to underwrite remaining costs to continue this rich tradition. To learn more about sponsorship, contact the PSO at 309-671-1096.
Volunteers from the Peoria Symphony Guild, with support from Kidder Music, log countless hours to make this program possible. To volunteer on the day of the concert or with planning email Laura Shane at shanefour@Comcast.net
2018 Peoria Symphony Guild’s Annual Student Concert
Friday, April 27, 2018 Peoria Civic Center Theater
The winner of the 2018 Young Artist Competition will be performing with the Peoria Symphony Orchestra at the Annual Student Concert sponsored by the Peoria Symphony Guild.
Annie Bao, First Place Winner 2017
From L – R: Julie Kotewa, 2017 2nd place winner Elizabeth Mattern, 2017 3rd place winner, Kaytlin Withers, and 2017 1st place winner, Annie Bao, and Maureen Williams
From L – R: Julie Kotewa, Young Artist Competition Chairperson, Annie Bao, 1st Place winner, George Stelluto, PSO Music Director, and Maureen Williams, PSO Guild President
2016 Student Concert Pictures Entitled “Celebrating Youth Achievement”