Introduce your child to the joy of music

A holistic approach to musical education

A long history in Douglas County

UPCOMING PERFORMANCE

Music for Two Pianos


The Umpqua Symphony Association hosts internationally acclaimed classical pianists Dr. Alexander Tutunov in concert with Dr. Brian Hall featuring music for two pianos. The concert will include music by Rachmaninoff, Poulenc, Bach, Bolcom, and others. Join us for a rich and dynamic musical experience by this pair of exceptional musicians in the intimate setting of Centerstage Theater. 


Saturday, May 18, 2024, 3:00 PM

Centerstage Theatre, Whipple Fine Arts Building, UCC

1140 Umpqua College Road, Roseburg, OR

Tickets: $25 in advance (online) or $30 at the door.

Tickets will go on sale Monday, April 1, 2024

LATER THIS YEAR

YU&I Guitar Violin Duo Promo Picture

YU&I Guitar and Violin Duo

YuEun Gemma Kim and Ines Thomé join together on classical guitar and violin to present an electrifying yet soothing experience—an exploration of tradition that pushes the boundaries of musical expression. These critically acclaimed musicians have captivated audiences across the United States with their magnetic stage presence and consummate musicality. YuEun and Ines stand as accomplished soloists, each boasting a collection of accolades in their respective instruments that has carried them to stages around the world. Their repertoire spans the ages, from evocative renditions of early music performed on period instruments to innovative arrangements of popular music executed with the highest level of artistry.



Sunday, October 6, 2024, 3:00 PM

The Chapel

2837 W Harvard Ave., Roseburg, Oregon 97471

Tickets: $25 in advance (online) or $30 at the door.



Sponsored and managed by the Umpqua Symphony Association, the Douglas County Youth Orchestra has provided music education and performance experience for hundreds of students throughout Douglas County since 1997.


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We Perform!

When We Play

DCYO performs two concerts per year, one in January and one in May. Older DCYO students have the opportunity to play at events such as the Umpqua Valley Arts Association Summer Arts Festival and the Music on the Half Shell series. Our students have opened for acts such as Eugene Symphony and Pink Martini!

The Gift of Music Can Last a Lifetime

Learning to play a musical instrument has been shown to improve mathematic and reading comprehension skills, to boost mood, and to enhance coordination.

LET'S MAKE MUSIC TOGETHER

Join us on Tuesdays!

We are now rehearsing in person at the Phoenix Charter School.

Prelude Orchestra: 4:30-5:10 pm

Concert Orchestra: 5:15-6:10 pm

Philharmonic Orchestra: 6:15-7:45 pm

UMPQUA SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION

The Douglas County Youth Orchestra is proud to be sponsored by the Umpqua Symphony Association.

Together we can help youth in Douglas County to develop their talents, improve their confidence and have brighter futures through the gift of music.

OUR TEAM OF INSTRUCTORS

DCYO instructors focus on a holistic approach to learning music theory, history, ear training and sight reading in addition to proper instrument techniques and maintenance.

Imagine the look of excitement on the faces of young children when they are handed their musical instrument for the first time! Then imagine those faces beaming with delight when they perform together on stage and in concert with the Douglas County Youth Orchestra (DCYO).

GIVE THE GIFT OF MUSIC

Their pride in accomplishing something as a result of their desire, dedication and discipline is what makes music education so vital. The USA is proud to sponsor the DCYO, and with you as our partner, their music plays on!

Watch DCYO In action

A long history in Douglas County