To read the full Daily Herald story, please click here: Elgin Symphony Orchestra names EYSO artistic director as education conductor Elgin Symphony Orchestra Announces Artistic Director of Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra as Education Conductor The ESO is now in the final stages of confirming Matthew Sheppard to be its next Education Conductor. Since taking over as artistic director of the Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra (EYSO), Sheppard has consistently demonstrated […]
News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: K. Eric Larson 847-997-2109 email@example.com Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra (EYSO) Hosts Folklórico Online Elgin, IL (May 6, 2020) – Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra (EYSO) will host Folklórico, a virtual concert at www.eyso.org/concert at 7 p.m., Sunday, May 10, featuring all EYSO ensembles, including performances by its three full orchestras, two string orchestras, Brass Choir, and EYSO Samba Band—plus a special project shared by all of EYSO. Members […]
EYSO has moved the scheduled Folklórico concerts to a virtual format. This will allow us to bring our 44th season to a close safely via a digital performance at 7 pm, Sunday May 10, featuring all of our EYSO ensembles.
Dear EYSO Families - As you know, coronavirus (COVID-19) has been on our radar for the last several weeks and we’ve been working closely with ECC’s emergency management team and others. At the recommendation of ECC and in the best interests of our students and staff, we are suspending in-person rehearsals at ECC effective immediately through Sunday, April 5. (please click to read the full message...)
From 2 to 3 pm, Sunday, January 5, in the ECC Arts Center at 1700 Spartan Drive, the Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra (EYSO) is kicking off the start if its 2nd semester with a special treat – the 9th Annual EYSO Faculty Recital.
Dear EYSO Fan, This is the time of year we reflect on where we have been and where we are going. Last season took us on an adventure with The Little Prince, the time-honored classic novella written by French aristocrat, author, and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. With the Prince and our musical repertoire as guides, students explored big ideas: the importance of seeing beyond the surface; the meaning of multiple […]