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Midwest Young Artists

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Midwest Young Artists - More Than Just Music!

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Midwest Young Artists - Scenes from "The Louvre", V. Finale

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Midwest Young Artists - Sing Your Own Song

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Midwest Young Artists - Suite for Orchestra from The Water Music, III. Bouree

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Midwest Young Artists Voices Rising

Midwest Young Artists Conservatory (MYAC), the largest youth ensemble music program in the Midwest, was founded in 1993 in Evanston, Illinois by Dr. Allan Dennis and consisted of a single orchestra. Since then, MYAC has grown exponentially and now includes nine youth symphony orchestras, 65+ chamber ensembles, a comprehensive jazz and big band program, a wind symphony, four choral groups, and an entry level early childhood music program for children as young as 12 months. MYAC is renowned for its prize-winning Chamber Music Program. Other enrichment activities, such as music theory classes and Summer Music Programs, are also offered at the MYAC Center on the grounds of historic Fort Sheridan in Highwood, Illinois, and Bennett Gordon Hall at Ravinia Park. Nearly 1000 student musicians from 78 cities throughout the Chicago metropolitan area are enrolled in Midwest Young Artists Conservatory programs. MYAC ensembles are coached by a staff of professional musician-educators, which includes members of Northwestern University, Roosevelt University, and members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Chamber Players.
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