Education and Community Engagement
In partnership with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, Link Up allows students to explore a range of orchestral repertoire. Students sing, play the recorder, compose, and perform in The Orchestra Moves Youth Concert with the Eugene Symphony on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts.
The deadline to register to participate in Link Up is Sunday, October 2, 2016.
Eugene Symphony’s Youth Concerts target elementary school students, serving 80 regional schools and more than 7,500 students annually. These interactive and educational performances are held twice per year at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts.
The Symphony is hosting two elementary Youth Concerts for the 2016/17 season: iCompose: The Future of Music on Tuesday, November 15, 2016; and The Orchestra Moves on Tuesday, February 14, 2017.
EYMA offers students within middle and high school music programs the opportunity to hear, learn from, perform for, and connect with a Symphony musician through in-school workshops designed to meet your program's needs.
The Eugene Symphony Young Artist Competition is open to exceptional instrumentalists ages 14-18 for the junior division and 19-25 for the senior division, and currently residing in Oregon. The first prize junior division winner will receive a $250 scholarship, and the first prize senior division winner will receive a $500 scholarship and may be offered the opportunity to perform with the Eugene Symphony.
Play it Again! Adult Chamber Ensembles is a community engagement initiative for amateur musicians to receive coachings from Eugene Symphony musicians in an intimate chamber ensemble setting.
Prior to each Symphonic series concert, the Eugene Symphony offers a free master class featuring our guest artist offering instruction to local youth and pre-professional musicians.
At 7pm prior to each Symphonic series concert, the Eugene Symphony offers a free pre-concert discussion featuring Music Director Danail Rachev or a guest conductor and the evening's soloist.
Learn more about our annual guest artist residencies which feature educational activities in partnership with local schools, the University of Oregon, Lane Community College, Eugene-Springfield Youth Orchestras, and more!
The Eugene Symphony has compiled a list of resources for educators and arts advocates.
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Eugene Symphony in the Park
Enjoy classical and pops music under the summer sky at Cuthbert Amphitheater. Free tickets are available to subscribers beginning June 2 and to the public on June 7.
Ode to the Future –
A project for young composers
Congratulations to Marissa Lane-Massee, Cayla Bleoaja, Joseph Miletta, Wesley Coleman (not pictured), and Katie Palka who have been selected to participate in Ode to the Future.