On Sunday November 11, the Mississauga Symphony Youth Orchestra will present a Remembrance Day concert that will pay tribute to Canadian war veterans who have served their country in foreign conflicts during the past century. In Memoriam: A Remembrance Day Concert will feature traditional music of remembrance, played with an honesty and clarity that only a youth orchestra can bring to the stage. Special guests, A Few Good Men of the Oakville Choir for Children & Youth, join the MSYO for this special occasion. Concert tickets cost $30 and can be purchased by calling: 905-306-6000, or by visiting: livingartscentre.ca. Complimentary underground parking is included with every ticket purchase.
The Mississauga Symphony Youth Orchestra is an exciting division of the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra that offers music education and performance opportunities to young classical musicians in the G.T.A. Led by Music Director and Conductor, Maestro Denis Mastromonaco, the MSYO has quickly established itself as Mississauga’s foremost youth orchestra. The MSYO is divided into three ensembles: the Sinfonietta, an all-strings ensemble designed for musicians aged 8-11; the Philharmonic, an intermediate orchestra designed for musicians 12-17; and a full Symphony Orchestra designed for highly skilled young adults. Thanks to the support of the Living Arts Centre, the MSYO is able to provide rehearsal and performance opportunities in world-class facilities.