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Delaware Youth Symphony Orchestra

Program Description

A supportive, motivational, and healthy musical environment providing regular sectionals led by highly qualified coaches from the Music School and major orchestras along the East Coast; professional guest conductors from renowned institutions; exclusive performance opportunities, including performing as a soloist with DYSO if selected; and free conducting master classes for interested members held periodically by the Music Director. *Younger students must have private teacher officially approve audition. Starts October 7 for strings. Starts November 4 for winds/brass/percussion. Enrollment is for the entire academic year (32 weeks for string students, 28 weeks for winds/brass/percussion students).

Grade Levels


$816 / $932

Program Eligibility

This program is available to children no matter where they live or go to school. If you have additional questions or want to learn more, please contact our team. We'd be happy to assist you!

Scholarships & Special Benefits

  • Dual Language:
  • Financial Aid / Scholarships
  • Transportation Assistance
  • Purchase of Care (POC)
  • Free Meals
  • Free Medical Care
  • Special Needs Accomodations
  • Before School Care

More Information

Program Dates

Oct 7

Start Date:

June 15

End Date:

Days Offered

  • Sa

Hours Offered

  • Regular Hours

    9:00am - 12:30pm

Program Categories

Arts & Culture

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