• In July, the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America will come together for its second season. Before then, we asked the musicians to show us their hometown pride on video.
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    • Barely one year old, the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America, a program of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, has already established itself as a mecca for the country’s most talented young instrumentalists. In the words of Jared Murray—a cellist from Lanesville, Indiana, who played with the orchestra in its inaugural season last summer—NYO-USA is “basically Hogwarts for musicians.”
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    • Now in its second year, the 120 musicians from NYO-USA will go on an eight city coast-to-coast tour with acclaimed conductor David Robertson and violinist Gil Shaham from July 20–August 4.

      Tickets for the orchestra's Carnegie Hall debut goes on sale to the general public on April 15 at 11 AM.
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    • This summer, 120 of the brightest young musicians from across the country will form the 2014 National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America. See the excitement after the announcement of the 2014 #NYOUSA musicians.
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    • After a successful inaugural season, planning is under way for NYO-USA’s future tours. Next summer, David Robertson will lead NYO-USA on a coast-to-coast US tour that will feature violinist Gil Shaham as soloist and will include the orchestra’s debut at Carnegie Hall. The application deadline for the 2014 season is November 15.
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