The Las Colinas Symphony presents
The Lone Star Youth Orchestra
The Lone Star Youth Orchestra (LSYO) provides young, advanced level instrumentalists in the Metroplex area the opportunity to supplement and enhance their music education through opportunities to learn symphonic literature and high quality orchestral and ensemble training. Membership, by audition, in the Lone Star Youth Orchestra is open to middle school and high school string, woodwind, brass, and percussion players.
Founded in 1999, the Lone Star Youth Orchestra is currently under the direction of Eliezer Dobrin. Rehearsals take place weekly, on Wednesday, at the Irving Arts Center from 6:30-9:00 p.m., including a snack break! The LSYO presents multiple concerts per year to the public at Carpenter Hall in the Irving Arts Center.
For more information regarding the Lone Star Youth Orchestra, please contact the LSYO Manager at (972) 252-4800 or email@example.com.
The videos above were filmed by Emdrie de Waal
This video is from a 2023 feature story about LSYO created by the Irving Community Television Network (ICTN).
This video is from a recent 2022 feature story about LSYO created by the Irving Community Television Network (ICTN) for a program called About Town.
This video is from a 2021 feature story about LSYO created by the Irving Community Television Network (ICTN) for a program called About Town.
A Special Thank You to Our 2023-2024 Sponsors
The Lone Star Youth Orchestra and all Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra educational programming relies upon donations from individuals and business to continue impacting the community. Thank you to our partners and supporters - we could not exist without you!
Irving Arts Board
National Endowment for the Arts
Texas Commission on the Arts
In honor of Stacy Froschauer
The Ablorh Family
The Bhave Family
The Brown Family
The Chinni Family
The Kumar Family
The Meyer Family
The Radakichenane Family
The Ramamoorthy Family
The Samineedi Family
The Shah Family
The Snyder Family
The Ventura Family
The Wells Family
Michael & Christa Gamble: (in honor of Robert Austin & Kathryn Gamble)