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The 92Y School of Music Orchestra has gone through many transformations over a history that spans over a century, but one underlining vision has remained the same: to provide opportunities to talented amateurs who have entered other professions to continue developing their musical talents and to offer aspiring young artists an opportunity to hone their skills on their road to professional careers.
The School of Music orchestra has featured illustrious soloists such as Gil Shaham and David Krakauer when they were up-and-coming young artists and a distinguished roster of Music Directors from Yaacov Bergman to the current Music Director, Tomo Matsuo, attesting to the great quality of musicianship created every week at 92Y. The orchestra is once again free to all members. We are excited to see what the 102nd season brings and hope you will be joining us—in the audience, if not on the stage. The class culminates in an end-of-term concert.
Director, 92Y School of Music
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Chicago native Tomo Matsuo is the Music Director & Conductor of the 92Y School of Music Orchestra since 2014. Founded in 1917, the 92Y Orchestra is the longest-running community-based orchestra in New York City, and Tomo is its 10th Music Director. Passionate about music education, Tomo helped establish the annual 92Y School of Music Concerto Competition during his first season and has served on the jury each year. Tomo will make his Alice Tully Hall conducting debut in 2019 with the World Civic Orchestra.
92Y School of Music Orchestra
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