The West Michgan Youth Symphony is performing their "fall concert" this Sunday in Fremont.  It will include performances from the Youth Symphony Orchestra.

From the press release:

“We are excited to showcase our two ensembles at this year’s fall concert,” said Daniel M. Meyers, Youth Symphony music director and conductor.  “Debut Strings has been an ensemble we have wanted to offer for several years, and we are so pleased to showcase their talents in this performance.

“We’re looking forward to sharing this exceptional concert experience with our audience members.”

The program will feature a movement from Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 2, “Sentimental Saraband” from Britten’s Simple Symphony, “Russian Christmas Music” by Alfred Reed, “First Suite for Military Band” by Gustav Holst, and crowd favorite “Bugler’s Holiday” by Leroy Anderson, which will be performed by three trombone soloists. 

Members of the West Michigan Youth Symphony consist of 17 middle and high schools in our area and the orchestra includes student members from Muskegon Community College.

The show is this Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012 at 3 p.m. in Fremont at the Dogwood Center for the Performing Arts.  You can get tickets at the symphony office on Western Avenue in Muskegon or at the door.  Adults are $10, seniors 65 and over are $5, and students 18 and younger, or with a college ID, are free.

For more information just click here - www.westmichigansymphony.org