Friday, May 13, 2011

The children of Gustavo Dudamel Orchestra celebrates its annual concert Angeleno

Los Angeles (USA.), May 13 (EFE) .- The Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles (YOLA, in English), an institution that promotes musical education of children in poor neighborhoods of the city, on Saturday celebrated his second major concert with the support of the Venezuelan Gustavo Dudamel. Given the good reception that took the initiative in 2010, The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, currently headed by Dudamel, convened on May 14 a new Day of the Youth Orchestra will stage Disney Concert Hall auditorium and involving three groups of California.

The event staged the work promoted by different bodies and inspired by the Venezuelan program known as El Sistema, a state foundation created in 1975 by José Antonio Abreu who oversees the 125 youth orchestras and the South American country where Dudamel began his training. YOLA provides free access to education and orchestral instruments to children in communities with fewer resources in the area of Los Angeles with an important participation of Hispanic youth.

The youth orchestra of Santa Clarita Valley will perform works by Weber, Schubert and a world premiere by composer Derek spiv, the LAPC LAMusArt Orchestra plays Grieg and Copland's creations, while YOLA will perform Bizet, Tchaikovsky and Aaron composition Ishibashi. The concerts start at 12.30 local time in Los Angeles (19.30 GMT) and will be free.

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