2016-2017 SEASON BEGINS VENUE - WARM SPRINGS
39245 Calle De Fortuna, Murrieta, CA 92563
Inland Valley Youth
Symphony is changing its name to
Temecula Valley Youth Symphony!
Stay tuned for a new website during
the 2016-17 Season.
In the meantime we will continue using this website until the new one is ready.
First Rehearsal for
August 22, 2016
NEW STUDENT AUDITIONS
STUDENTS - REGISTRATION
*Fill out 2016-2017 Application Forms, Pay
Receive Music Binder & Music for Fall Semester, Socialize
TVYS and JYS Rehearse Some New
TVYS and JYS Joint Rehearsal
NEW STUDENT AUDITIONS Continued ...
CALL 951-587-1536 for More
AUGUST 29, 2016 we return to our normal schedule.
REHEARSALS TAKE PLACE ON MONDAYS
Junior Youth Symphony 4:30 - 6:00 pm - Scott
Youth Symphony 6:15 - 8:30 pm - Thomas Kociela, Conductor
VENUE - WARM SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL
Calle De Fortuna, Murrieta, CA 92563
FULL ORCHESTRA EXPERIENCE
CHAMBER MUSIC - ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCES - SOLO OPPORTUNITIES
COACHING - MUSIC THEORY - RHYTHM CLASS
Auditions for NEW STUDENTS are held by special appointment.
New applications are accepted throughout the year.
Monday, October 17, 2016 - 7:30 pm at Grace
Presbyterian Church, Temecula
October 29, 2016 - evening - Ronald Reagan Sports Park at Community Rec. Center, Temecula
Monday, December 12, 2016 - 7:30 pm at Grace Presbyterian
a message from our Music Director, Mr. Kociela...
Dear IVYS Parents and Students,
I was thrilled to have been appointed to the position
of music director and conductor of the Temecula Valley Youth Symphony and have been invited back again for 2016-2017! The
TVYS staff and I look forward to collaborating with all of you to offer a program that engages and inspires the TVYS students
as well as the surrounding community. My goal for TVYS students is not only improving musicianship and technical ability,
but to create an atmosphere that gives rise to conscientious and well-rounded individuals who are inspired to set high standards
Youth symphony orchestras are comprised
of the most qualified and driven students in a given region. By expecting more of themselves musically students begin to expect
more of themselves academically, as well as in other areas of life. Students learn to prepare independently, work collaboratively,
take pride in their work and humbly accept honest criticisms in order to improve. Lasting friendships are born, leadership
skills are developed, and a truly fun time can be had while working on some of the greatest works of art.
My youth orchestra experiences opened for me many academic, scholarship
and career opportunities, and I will work diligently to enable the same benefits for each IVYS student. I look forward to helping Inland Valley Symphony continue to build this dynamic
educational, youth symphony program!
Music Director & Conductor, Temecula Valley Youth Symphony