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Youth Orchestra Alumni

After two years of creative planning, the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra formed the Lone Star Youth Orchestra (LSYO) in 1999. LSYO welcomed Attilo “Larry” Lattanzi as its inaugural director and is currently under the direction of Dr. Kevin Pearce. Whether it’s been one year or even ten years since you’ve been a member of our youth orchestra, our alumni have shaped LSYO into what it is today. Can you believe it has been twenty years since the LSYO’s inaugural season in 1999?

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Alumni Online Database

The Lone Star Youth Orchestra is celebrating its twentieth anniversary during the 2018-2019 Season, and we want to hear from our alumni! Please use the following form to register yourself or your child to be a part of the Alumni Online Database.

Curtain Call: The 20th Anniversary Concert

We are celebrating our twentieth anniversary season, and we would love to have you attend or contribute to our final concert of the year! We will be hosting a special reception and fundraising raffle in conjunction with our concert on Wednesday, May 15th at the Irving Arts Center. The concert will feature the first and second place winners of the annual Concerto Competition. The concert will start at 7 p.m. with the reception and raffle to follow during intermission, and we want you to be a part of it!

Purchase tickets to the 20th Anniversary Concert HERE!

Community Music Groups

Although not every youth orchestra members pursue music as a degree in higher education, many still play his/her instrument in different capacities. The Dallas-Fort Worth “metroplex” is abundant with opportunities to perform and listen to music groups in the community. See below for a list of community orchestras and bands in the area.

Community Orchestras

Community Bands