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An Opportunity Like No Other
Australian Youth Orchestra
We are thrilled to announce that AYO will be returning to international touring in 2025 after a six-year hiatus!
Orchestra of Australia’s Future Stars
We spoke to three musicians performing in the Australian Youth Orchestra's July 2023 season: flautist Jess, trumpeter Jade and violinist Lily.
Both Sides of the Coin: AYO Musicians Embracing Their Love for Two Instruments
We spoke to Olivia Spyrou and Sebastian Coyne, two double-instrumentalists performing in the Australian Youth Orchestra's July 2023 season.
Celebrating Ngapa William Cooper During NAIDOC week
AYO is proud to be performing the orchestral premiere of Ngapa William Cooper, a work named after Yorta Yorta activist William Cooper.
Exotic Birds and Stunning Landscapes: Australian Youth Orchestra in Perth
Flautist Anna Rabinowicz has compiled a photo essay documenting the beautiful surrounds of Western Australia during the AYO season.
Australian Youth Orchestra Touches Down in Perth
We spoke to the young musicians playing in the Australian Youth Orchestra ahead of their exciting program at Perth Concert Hall.
Short and Suite: A Guide to Shostakovich’s Symphony No.10
Ahead of the Australian Youth Orchestra's performance in Perth, check out AYO's Short and Suite Guide to: Shostakovich's Symphony No.10.
Fanning the Flames of The Firebird
Exploring a unique arrangement of Stravinsky's The Firebird Concert Suite.
Andrew Ford: The Meaning of Trees
Composer Andrew Ford talks about the premiere of his new work 'The Meaning of Trees' commissioned by AYO.
The Lost Opera: Berlioz’s Les Francs-juges
While the overture to Berlioz's Les Francs-juges survives, all other material was either destroyed or reworked.
5 Facts on An Alpine Symphony
Dive headfirst into Richard Strauss’ sumptuous orchestral tone poem. Here's five facts on An Alpine Symphony.
How Yuhki Mayne Took the Next Step with AYO
AYO concertmaster and violinist Yukhi Mayne said that being part of the prestigious AYO is a unique chance to be fully immersed in music.