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Youth Philharmonic Orchestra

The Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation, is dedicated to enhancing the musical, social and intellectual growth of young musicians of all ethnic, cultural and economic backgrounds, through inspired instruction, dynamic ensemble rehearsals and exceptional performances.


BV-Promo 2012 head shotFESTIVAL CONCERT SERIES!  We are thrilled to present special guest soloists Yuval Yaron performing the Beethoven Violin Concerto (June 4), Bryan Verhoye (pictured, right) performing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 (July 16), Harold Reeves and Paul Wang performing Mozart’s Symphonie Concertante (July 16), and a talented line-up of soloists in our concert featuring Haydn’s Symphonie Concertante (June 25) with award-winning Keita Ishibashi (violin), Taylor Cottle (cello), Mike Gaby (oboe) and Susan Schoneman (bassoon)!  Visit our 2017 Summer Concerts page for details!

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Enjoy our Award-Winning Soloists Ensemble, performing Movement 1 from the Bartok Divertimento:

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Festival OrchestraAward-Winning Soloists Ensemble and Sinfonietta!

The award-winning Soloists Ensemble has become this summer’s Festival Orchestra!  Read more on the Summer Music Programs page!


Offering beginning and intermediate level instruction in violin, classes take place on Saturday afternoons from 4:00-5:00pm at the Incarnation Lutheran Church of Poway, 16889 Espola Rd. Beginning students… Read more

Percussion Ensemble

The YPO Percussion Ensemble, premiered in Spring 2014, provides percussion players age 15-25 an experience in playing music from the vast array of percussion ensemble literature. Ensemble members… Read more

City Heights Music School

CityHeightsFlyerThe City Heights Music School offers music classes to all ages in guitar, violin, keyboard, voice, and Mariachi! Visit the CHMS website to learn more!