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Bellevue Youth Symphony sets 48th season

After a busy summer with the Symetra Bellevue Family Fourth of July, when the Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra (BYSO) gave an Independence Day performance during the fireworks display, all the orchestras are gearing up for a full season of 14 concerts, including three holiday performances.

The Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra is a nonprofit organization established to provide a positive and stimulating musical environment for students. BYSO uniquely complements and builds upon both school music programs and private instruction.

Steve Reader of KING-FM returns again this season to present a pre-concert lecture before each of the Masterworks performances at the Theatre at Meydenbauer Center in Downtown Bellevue and First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue.

The season begins with a Masterworks Concert with the Youth Symphony at 7 p.m. with a pre-concert lecture with King FM’s Steve Reeder at 6:15 p.m, Nov. 4, both in the auditorium theater at Meydenbauer Center.

For more, go to www.byso.org.

 

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