YOSA changes children's lives through musical performance

YOSA changes children's lives through musical performance

SAN ANTONIO- Troy Peters, YOSA Music Director, and Julie Berlin, Cantor for Temple Beth-El, discussed YOSA and its upcoming program, A Joyful Noise. They explained how YOSA can change children’s lives through music and music’s importance in children’s development.

The concert season is soon coming to an end, and YOSA will be hosting their final Gold Series concert: A Joyful Noise. The concert will feature Troy Peters as the conductor, Ryland Angel as the countertenor and the combined choirs of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and Temple Beth-El.

The YOSA Philharmonic joins in San Antonio Tricentennial celebration and will bring together choirs from different faith traditions in this uplifting collaborative performance. Some of the pieces for the show include Falla’s Spanish Dance No. 1 from La Vida Breve, Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5.

YOSA is also looking forward to their summer concert tour to Spain and the Canary Islands.

Berlin discussed how she and the choir will be performing on the stage at the Tobin Center. She talked about how she is preparing and her experience of performing. Peters discussed the YOSA camp and how young musicians can join.

YOSA presents A Joyful Noise will perform on May 6th at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts at 8 pm. To find out more about the event, please click HERE. To learn more about YOSA, please click HERE.

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