CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF MUSIC EDUCATION
JOIN THE DCYO IN 2022 FOR SEVERAL SPECIAL EVENTS
MUSIC MATTERS, AND SO DO YOU
We rely upon generous donations from businesses and individuals who believe that “Music Matters in Douglas County.”
HELP US REACH OUR GOAL FOR 2022
MAY 18: SUNNYSIDE THEATER FUNDRAISER
7-9 PM, $75/ticket
“An evening of clarinet and piano performing 20th Century British music” with David
Morrison, clarinet and Donna Spicer, piano
Instrument auction and bidding frenzy
Hors d’oeuvres and wine
Contact Karin Gray for more information and to purchase tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org
MAY 24: DCYO SPRING CONCERT AT PHOENIX SCHOOL
Open to the public, no cost
Prelude, Concert and Philharmonic Orchestras to perform
Phoenix Charter School, 3131 NE Diamond Lake Blvd., Roseburg
JUNE 22: CANYONVILLE FARMERS MARKET
11 AM-1 PM
Instructor and student performance at the Canyonville Farmer’s Market
AUGUST 2: MUSIC ON THE HALF SHELL
Tuesday, 7 pm, free
USA sponsors Eugene Symphony at Music on the Half Shell
Stewart Park, Roseburg
FALL 25TH ANNIVERSARY GALA
More information coming
The Umpqua Symphony Association is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code: EIN 51-0167059.
Since September 2021, the Douglas County Youth Orchestra (DCYO) has rehearsed in the multipurpose room and several Phoenix Charter School classrooms for both Tuesday rehearsals and private lesson instruction. We are thrilled by this community partnership and look forward to calling Phoenix Charter School home in 2022/2023.
Even more excitingly, thanks to generous donors and grant awards, we can offer no-cost private lesson instructions to all DCYO members under the age of 21. Eugene Symphony musicians continue to visit us in Roseburg throughout the year and provide sectional instruction for violin, viola and cello.
FOUNDED IN 1997, WE ARE GOING STRONG THANKS TO DONORS LIKE YOU
Founded in 1997, musician and teacher Jean Hinkle had a vision of starting a youth orchestra in Douglas County. Diane Penny, a local band teacher, taught violin and rehearsals began at the Umpqua Valley Arts Center with five students with interest growing each year. USA began administering the program, writing grants and soliciting donations to purchase instruments. Currently, we have 50+ orchestra members, ages 6 to retired seniors.
We invite you to demonstrate your support of the Umpqua Symphony Association and the Douglas County Youth Orchestra’s 25th anniversary! Your donation supports:
25 YEARS OF INSPIRING
THANK YOU TO OUR 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPONSOR!
LAUREN AND DENA YOUNG FAMILY FUND