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Thirteen Central Coast Youth Orchestra students are embarking on a week-long project with Regional Youth Orchestra NSW and the Australian World Orchestra, culminating in a concert in Sydney on 25 November.

The young musicians – Xavier Cardozo (bassoon), Kaito Deed (violin), Elana Sydenham (flute), Jasmine Bridgland (violin), Ellen Barnes (violin), Claire Berecry-Brown (violin), Theodore Brown (oboe), Krys Cox (cello), Mitchell Frith (horn), Kayla Lush (piccolo), Cooper Newton (double bass), Anya Sandeman (trombone) and Noah Taylor (double bass) – are starting off their week-long project in Wollongong, where they will be taking part in a free concert at Wollongong Town Hall on Wednesday 22 November.

They will then head to Sydney where they will be playing alongside AWO musicians in A Night to Shine at Eugene Goossens Hall, Sydney. They will come together with fellow RYO and Australian World Orchestra musicians to perform the spell-binding side-by-side concert. 

RYO will start the evening with a performance of Sir Edward Elgar’s mighty Nimrod, from the Enigma Variations, followed by the magical Scheherazade by composer Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, concluding the concert and giving the audience a deep appreciation for the fantastic opportunity provided to these young musicians.

Ticket prices range from $10 for children and students, through to $25 for adults and $35 for a family of four. 

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