The PSO invites you to join us and other local leaders for its annual Community Leadership Breakfast and the 69th Annual Student Concert. This year’s Student Concert is titled Come Fly with Music! featuring Janice Martin, aerial acrobatic violinist.
The performance will feature the winner of the Symphony Guild’s 2023 Young Artist Competition who will play a concerto with the Peoria Symphony Orchestra.
Join us to learn more about the impact that music is making for youth in our community and how you can be part of our mission to entertain, educate, and inspire through music.
Over 3,200 students from grades 3-12 from around Central Illinois will attend the two Student Concert performances. Join us to learn more about the impact that music is making for youth in our community and how you can be part of the PSO’s mission to entertain, educate, and inspire through music.
9:00 AM · Complimentary continental breakfast for community leaders
9:30 AM · Brief welcome remarks by the PSO and Peoria Symphony Guild
10:00 AM · Option to see the Student Concert from complimentary box seats
The performance lasts one hour; guests may stay as long as schedules allow.
Reserve your tickets by Friday, April 28.
Janice Martin is an unusual talent as a virtuoso in many styles and performs in multiple vocal styles and on multiple instruments. Most uniquely, Janice also performs as an “aerial acrobatic violinist.” Janice has wowed millions of viewers on the CW Network’s The Big Stage as well as the NBC Series America’s Got Talent and has toured the world over with her one-woman shows, as featured guest soloist with orchestras as well as with the internationally acclaimed troupe Cirque de la Symphonie, with whom has performed with such orchestras as the Philadelphia Orchestra, The San Francisco Symphony, the Boston Pops, the Baltimore Symphony, the Minnesota Orchestra, the Seattle Symphony, Houston Symphony, National Symphony, and Atlanta Symphony to name a few. Janice has performed in some of the most celebrated concert halls in the world such as New York’s Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, and Prague’s Rudolfinum. Following her Carnegie Hall debut on Solo Violin, Janice released her first Solo Violin CD receiving NY Times’ critical acclaim as “a brilliant artist.”