John Williams Conducts the American Youth Symphony at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
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The last date listed for John Williams Conducts the American Youth Symphony was Sunday March 23, 2008 / 6:00pm.
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John Williams and the American Youth Symphony were amazing! Is there a better youth orchestra anywhere in the world today? Alex Treger does a great job with these young musicians, and Treger also performed beautifully in his violin solo of Schindler's List. The concert selection was great and the two hour concert moved along just at the right pace.
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This was an outstanding event. John Williams was charming in relating to both the youth orchestra and the audience. His music from various films provided an exciting program and the Youth Orchestra played with the fine quality of a true...continued
He needs no introduction…music lovers worldwide have long known John Williams as one of the greatest film music composers of all time. He has received forty-five Academy Award nominations, most recently for his scores from Memoirs of a Geisha and Munich, making him the Academy’s most nominated living person. He has been awarded five Oscars, seven British Academy Awards (BAFTA), twenty Grammys, four Golden Globes, four Emmys and numerous gold and platinum records.
John Williams joins AYS and featured soloist Alexander Treger (performing violin solos from Fiddler on the Roof & Schindler’s List) to conduct his own music – a very special gala evening that promises to be the concert of the year! Come celebrate 43 years of memorable AYS concerts like these featuring the finest pre-professional musicians in Los Angeles.