Temecula Valley Youth Symphony
Dr. Mann is the conductor of the- Temecula Valley Youth Symphony Summer Orchestra, and of the Temecula Valley Junior Youth Symphony during the regular season..
Current Events - Our Summer Orchestra is in session!
TVYS 2023 FALL Session
Every Monday from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
August 21 - Auditions
August 28 - 1st Rehearsal
September 4 - no rehearsal (labor day)
Sept 11, 18, 25,Oct 2, 9, 16
October 23 CONCERT DAY!)
Oct 30; Nov 6, 13, 20, 27; Dec 4, 11.
December 16 - Concert with Temecula Valley Symphony
(Schedule subject to minor changes)
Murrieta Springs Seventh-Day Adventist Church
32477 Starbuck Circle
Murrieta, CA 92562
TVJYS Conductor: Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann (Violin and Viola)
Woodwind Coach and Manager: Shelby Huber (Clarinet and Flute)
TVYS Conductor: Dr. Zun-Hin Woo
Shelby Huber (manager) (805) 256-5614
This page contains some information and resources for both groups
For more info, please visit the Temecula Valley Symphony Orchestra's Website Youth Orchestra Section. https://temeculavalleysymphony.org/youth-symphony/
TVYS Mission Statement
The purpose of Temecula Valley Youth Symphony is to enrich the lives of student musicians with outstanding educational and performance opportunities for all levels, in a nurturing and challenging environment without discrimination. Working together with parents, private and school music instructors, TVYS will provide the finest possible training with rehearsal and performance opportunities to enable the students to develop, share and further enrich their lives through the power of music. TVYS believes that music is proven to enhance student performance in all academic areas.
Dr. Mann's group - the Junior Youth Symphony, is an Intermediate Orchestra for strings, winds, brass and percussion players. Emphasis is placed on orchestral performance skills, musicianship, ensemble technique and repertoire building.
Some Student - Teacher Resources from Dr. Mann
A quick reminder:Always bring your music and your PENCIL to rehearsal.
Remember - practice the scale for each piece before you play the piece.
Check the sections that give you trouble - practice them slowly first, then gradually speed up to the performance tempo. Be patient with yourself! It might take several tries to get "up to speed"
Ask you teacher for fingerings!
Use the recordings (below and on our video page) to listen and understand how your part fits into each piece!
Here is some of our current music list with audio or video demos! These videos may help you when practicing. A tip - on YouTube, you can use the settings to have the video play at a slower speed - which can be really helpful!
HIGHLY recommended resource for students, teachers, and pros! "Practice to performance" - by Elizabeth O'Bannon (AKA "Vera Violin")
VIDEO/AUDIO Examples of current and recent repertoire
(play along and practice! - some of these are live performance, some show the score, and some are just audio with a picture - but still great to play along...)
Themes from Scheherazade - follow along with the SCORE!
Funeral March of a Marionette - Gounod/Rosenhaus