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NBYO is Coming Home to Saint John

Founded in Saint John by Phillip Oland in 1965, the NBYO returns to its home city for an exciting concert on Sunday Feb 9, 2pm at SJHS. Over 80 of New Brunswick's most talented youth musicians continue to dazzle audiences this season with exciting…
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NBYO Concert Preview - Feb 9th 2pm at SJHS

On Sunday, February 9th, 2pm at Saint John High School NBYO will perform one of the most beloved and enduring works in the classical canon - Dvořák's Ninth Symphony, "From the New World." Experience the emotion of live music from 82 of the best…
Jan 29
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NBYO in Saint John - February 9, 2014

Get Ready for the Must-See Concert of the Season Experience the internationally-acclaimed New Brunswick Youth Orchestra under the direction of its dynamic co...
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New Brunswick Youth Orchestra at "Saint John High School" Dennis Knibb Auditorium

February 9, 2014 from 2pm to 4pm
Over 80 of New Brunswick's most talented youth musicians are dazzling audiences this season with exciting performances under the direction of NBYO Conductor Tony Delgado. On Sunday February 9th, at 2pm experience live orchestral music and the sparkling energy of NBYO performing Tchaikovsky, Dvořák, Saint-Saëns, and Strauss at Saint John High School's Dennis Knibb Auditorium. One show only! Many thanks to our sponsor Buckley Patterson Shaw Securities. 2014 is an exciting year for the New…See More
Dec 12, 2013
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Don't Miss Outlaws & Oboes - Two Shows Only Today!

The Divorcees rehearse a few songs with the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra at Saint John High School Saturday in preparation for two performances at Imperial ...
Mar 13, 2013
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Outlaws & Oboes

Highlights from New Brunswick Youth Orchestra performance with The Divorcees Sunday Feb. 24, 2013 at the Imperial Theatre in Saint John. Coming soon: Full co...
Feb 25, 2013
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Feb 24, 2013
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"Welcome New Brunswick Youth Orchestra members to Saint John. Rehearsals strart tonight for Outlaws&Oboes!"
Feb 22, 2013
New Brunswick Youth Orchestra commented on New Brunswick Youth Orchestra's event Outlaws & Oboes
"They're here! 80 members of the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra are converging in Uptown Saint John tonight for rehearsals at Saint John High School. The musicians, ages 12-22 from across New Brunswick, are excited to be here. Families…"
Feb 22, 2013
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Feb 17, 2013
New Brunswick Youth Orchestra commented on Uptown Saint John Inc's blog post 'Outlaws and Oboes' busk at the City Market on February 16, a teaser to their show on February 24th!
"Thanks Uptown Saint John for the great plug! We're excited about this amazing musicial collaboration. Wait until you hear the gorgeous orchestral arrangements for The Divorcees, and our repertoire: John Williams Raiders of the Lost Ark, a…"
Feb 14, 2013
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"Two chances to WIN TICKETS to Outlaws&Oboes: Listen to CHSJCountry94.1 for a chance to win and #FF or Follow Us on Twitter @nbyoojnb for a weekly draw  "
Feb 12, 2013
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Saint John - The Birthplace of NBYO

The New Brunswick Youth Orchestra (NBYO) has deep roots in Saint John thanks to its founder Philip Oland, a patron of the arts, and former chairperson and CEO of Moosehead Breweries. Mr. Oland was a committed community leader. He founded the Greater Saint John United Way,helped establish UNB Saint John, and he played a key role in the efforts to restore the Imperial Theatre. Today young classical musicians from across New Brunswick are most grateful for Mr. Oland's leadership in establishing…See More
Feb 12, 2013
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"Outlaws&Oboes like great menus at great prices! Taste of Egypt , Urban Deli, Grannan's, Big Tide Brewing and Saint John Ale House"
Feb 7, 2013

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Saint John - The Birthplace of NBYO

The New Brunswick Youth Orchestra (NBYO) has deep roots in Saint John thanks to its founder Philip Oland, a patron of the arts, and former chairperson and CEO of Moosehead Breweries. Mr. Oland was a committed community leader. He founded the Greater Saint John United Way,helped establish UNB Saint John, and he played a key role in the efforts to restore the Imperial Theatre. Today young classical musicians from across New Brunswick are most grateful for Mr. Oland's leadership in establishing…

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At 7:18pm on January 30, 2013, New Brunswick Youth Orchestra said…

Hello Uptown Saint John!

Did you know that the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra was founded in Saint John in 1965 by Phillip Oland? In fact, the NBYO is the first provincial youth orchestra in Canada.

Today there are 20 Saint John area young musicians in the 80-member orchestra. Ranging in age from 12-22, the members are from french and english communities across New Brunswick.

We are coming home to Saint John on Sunday, February 24th for two concerts at the Imperial Theatre. It's our annual collaboration concert with a special guest artist.

In the past few years, we've partnered with the swing standards of Jill Barber, the rhythmn and blues of Matt Anderson, and even hip hop with Radio Radio. This year we play outlaw country with the award-winning The Divorcees.

It's an exciting and maybe even a little dangerous musicial collaboration - Outlaws & Oboes!

Hope to see you there.

 

 

 
 
 

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