Peninsula Symphony Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles Harbor College
The PSYO-LAHC is sponsored jointly by the Peninsula Symphony Orchestra and Los Angeles Harbor College
(offered as a Harbor College Extended Education course titled "Harbor College Youth Orchestra").
It provides the opportunity for young musicians to play in a high-caliber ensemble.
The group rehearses and performs a generous assortment of musical material. Students are challenged
to master diverse styles from classical to jazz to the bold and the new.
The ensemble is open to young musicians through age 18 who play an orchestral instrument.
Richard Babcock has been Music Director of the Peninsula Youth Symphony Orchestra since its inception.
In addition, he is Music Director of the Peninsula Symphonic Winds, and Director of Orchestras for
Chadwick School in Palos Verdes. He holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in composition from the
California Institute of the Arts, and a Bachelor of Music degree with emphasis in jazz theory
and secondary education at the University of Utah.
Beginning September 10, 2022 9:00 AM until noon.
Membership is open for the duration of the season.
New and returning members may be asked to demonstrate their abilities on their instrument by playing a prepared piece,
sight reading a simple excerpt of music, and/or playing major scales. This is not a formal audition. It is simply a
tool for the Director to use in planning rehearsals and repertoire.
New students are allowed to join mid-season.
Los Angeles Harbor College Music Hall Room 107
1111 Figueroa Place
Wilmington, CA. 90744
|Harbor College Tuition:||$69.00|
Los Angeles Harbor College|
1111 Figueroa Place
Wilmington, CA 90744
Music Building, Room 107
For more information, feel free to contact Mr. Babcock by email (email@example.com), phone (310-544-4207),
or mail your inquiry to the Peninsula Symphony Association.
Peninsula Symphony Association 916 Silver Spur Road #303 Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274
For information: call 310-544-0320 Tax ID 23-7008895
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