Greek Youth Symphony Orchestra set to enchant Carnegie Hall

The Greek Youth Symphony Orchestra (GYSO) has announced its upcoming journey to the US, where it will perform at New York's renowned Carnegie Hall this winter.

Scheduled for Sunday, November 3, at 7.30 p.m., the concert will be held in the Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage of Carnegie Hall. This event is hosted by The Hellenic Initiative (THI), a nonprofit organization, with generous support from American and Greek donors.

The program promises a diverse selection of compositions, including «rewind« by London-born Anna Clyne, a GRAMMY-nominated composer; a series of Nikos Skalkottas' Greek Dances, which premiered at Carnegie Hall exactly 70 years earlier, in November 1954, under the baton of Dimitri Mitropoulos and the New York Philharmonic; and Leonard Bernstein's celebrated Symphonic Dances, a composition inspired by themes from the musical "West Side Story."

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