NYOS Camerata is the showcase, pre-professional chamber ensemble of NYOS. Successfully bridging the gap between youth orchestra and professional ensemble, it comprises current senior and past members of NYOS Symphony Orchestra.
The ensemble also provides students with invaluable professional development experience to equip them for a career in music. Projects include tutoring, delivering workshops, working within Scottish communities, learning about various genres and working with acclaimed professional musicians.
Membership of NYOS Camerata is by invitation only.
NYOS Camerata with Comedian Vikki StoneConcerto for Comedian and Orchestra
Edinburgh Fringe Festival – Pleasance Courtyard (Venue 33)
"For one night only, award-winning comedian/composer Vikki Stone will perform her brand-new orchestral work Concerto for Comedian and Orchestra, alongside one of Scotland's finest youth chamber ensembles: NYOS Camerata."
The Cumnock Tryst
Auchinleck Parish Church
We are delighted to announce that NYOS Camerata will perform at the Cumnock Tryst 2016 alongside a wealth of musical riches at the newest Tryst venue, Auchinleck Parish Church, also known as Barony Church.
NYOS Camertawith Hebrides Ensemble in association with EFNYO
The Church of the Holy Rude
This wonderful new collaborative project is a continuation of an exchange programme combining the talents of students from NYOS Camerata, the Nationaal Jeugd Orkest (NJO) in the Netherlands and players from Hebrides Ensemble. Rehearsals will take place in Glasgow in early August under the direction of conductor Will Conway in preparation for two unique chamber concert performances.
The Cumnock TrystNYOS Camerata with Hebrides Ensemble, Genesis Sixteen, The Cumnock Festival Chorus
Cumnock Old Church
NYOS Camerata September Performances Collaboration with Hebrides Ensemble
The Maltings, Berwick-upon-Tweed
Perth Concert Hall
Wotan – Paul Carey Jones | Brünnhilde – Miriam Murphy | Siegmund – Ronald Samm | Sieglinde – Janice Watson | Fricka – Andrea Baker
This series of concerts marks the second year of an exciting collaboration between The National Youth Orchestras of Scotland and Hebrides Ensemble.
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We are delighted to share with you our latest newsletter, with information relating to all our forthcoming performances. NYOS will be covering the length and breadth of Scotland this summer so we do hope you will join us.
We are proud to announce, on behalf of the Endowment Trust of the National Youth Orchestras of Scotland that the recipient of the Colin MacLean Bursary Fund 2017 is French horn player Diana Sheach.
The Americas is the theme for all National Youth Orchestras of Scotland ensembles throughout 2017. Each orchestra will perform a blend of well-known standards together with rarely heard gems directly linked to, or inspired by the Americas.
Within this theme we will present a broad spectrum of classical and jazz music through to contemporary repertoire, from North and South American composers (with music rarely heard in the UK or European concert halls) together with more prominent European composers inspired to write works celebrating the remarkable diversity of the Americas.
Recent graduate, Molly Anne McWhirter, cello, is the third winner of an award that will assist her in fulfilling her aspiration to become a professional musician.
Welcome to our summer season preview containing details of our upcoming concerts from July to October together with booking information and exclusive ticket offers for all our valued mailing list subscribers.
Established by the Endowment Trust of NYOS, this Bursary Fund recognises Colin MacLean’s dedication to encouraging and nurturing youth music. Thanks to donors and with the support of NYOS the fund provides an annual bursary of £2,000. This is awarded to assist a senior, or recent senior, member of NYOS in their further studies in music, or to gain experience in areas outwith NYOS, in the early stages of their music career.
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Our fortnight with the Nationaal Jeugd Orkest has sadly come to an end. We had such an amazing time touring the Netherlands and performing in some of its finest halls, from Amsterdam's Muziekgebouw to De Dolen in Rotterdam. At our final concert in De Doelen, we received a mighty 1700-person audience and standing ovations after every piece we played!
EFNYO Music Exchange – Nationaal Jeugd Orkest (NJO) Winter Course Project
Blog by Elanor Gunn & YeYe Xu.
We have just finished our first week as exchange students with the Netherlands Youth Orchestra (Nationaal Jeugd Orkest), playing a programme of Roukens ‘Chase’, Berlioz ‘Harold in Italy’ and Mussorgsky ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’. Our conductor is the wonderful Etienne Siebens, and Isabelle van Keulen joins us as the fabulous viola soloist in the Berlioz.
The National Youth Orchestras of Scotland (NYOS) invited four young, Scottish, string musicians to represent NYOS and take part in a wonderful project based in the Netherlands, organised by The European Federation of Youth Orchestras entitled 'MusXchange Chamber Project'
Read on to find out how Emma Pantel, Abigail Young, Campbell Parker and Sarah Ayoub got on as they performed together for the very first time as a quartet, received expert quartet and octet coaching and took part in the NJO Orchestral Project, where they performed: Sibelius - Finlandia; Hillborg Violin Concerto and Nielsen Symphony No. 4 - conducted by Christian Karlsen.
2015 has been a magnificent year for all NYOS ensembles, so far, with critically acclaimed performances across the board; bumper audiences throughout Scotland and of course, a welcome return to the international stage.
This edition is full of information regarding upcoming performances, exclusive ticket offers and news.
Eve Kennedy reports from the pilot of MusXchange Goes Professional. Click below to read about her trip.
We are delighted to announce the recipient of the 2015 Colin MacLean Bursary Fund.
The collaboration between NYOS and Hebrides Ensemble continued with a very successful residential in Berwick.
26 July Music Marathon Day, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
27 July Afternoon Concert at Dunblane Cathedral