The LaGrange Symphony Youth String Ensemble presents this wonderful music video, and wishes everyone Happy Holidays!
UPDATE: Timing is everything – and its too late to watch this video. The music license for selections played in this video expired after one year, so this video is no longer available to watch. It was great while it lasted, and a real treat for the holiday season. Thank you to the Youth String Ensemble for this gift. Below are some notes on what the video was about. But just like playing music – timing is everything!
The String Ensemble, which is under the direction of Sam Lee, meets weekly in a very large room that is conducive to social distancing. Everyone in the group wears a mask during this time along with adhering to the CDC guidelines of social distancing. In this video, the music they are playing is entitled Clog Dance by Elliot A. Del Borgo. The streaming license is provided by Kendor Music.
Thank you, LSYO String Ensemble, for this wonderful gift this holiday season! We are very proud of our students who are all dedicated musicians! Even in this difficult year, they have found ways to persevere and keep the momentum of instruction and practice going.
If you would like to learn more about the student groups within the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra (LSO) please visit the Youth Programs section of our website, which covers multiple programs. Information about the LaGrange Symphony Youth Orchestra (LSYO) can be found Here. Specific information about our String Project music lessons can be found Here.
Providing education through musical opportunities is one of the important ways the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra fulfills the mission of enriching our community through music.
We would love for you to be a part of our network of students, teachers, and volunteers. Contact us to find out more about how our program works and how you may be able to help. We offer lessons, concerts, camps, and more! email us: firstname.lastname@example.org