Music for All National Festival presented by YAMAHA
Honor Orchestra of America
2011 Conductor: Larry J. Livingston
Director of Thornton Orchestras, University of Southern California

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The Honor Orchestra of America will perform on Friday and Saturday evenings as part of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's Subscription Series. Members will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to perform on stage at Hilbert Circle Theatre in Indianapolis as the first half of a concert shared with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

2010 Repertoire Included:
Festive Overture by Dmitri Shostakovich
Tableaux d'une Exposition (Pictures at an Exhibition) by M. Mussorgsky, Orchestration by Maurice Ravel

How to Apply:
Download the application for the 2011 Honor Orchestra of America

2011 Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha
March 17-19, 2011
Indianapolis, Indiana

NOTE: Wind and percussion players wanting to audition for the Honor Orchestra of America must apply using the Honor Band of America application and select "prefer orchestra."

Two application form DEADLINES:
June 30, 2010 [Early Bird, $30 application fee]
Sept. 1, 2010 [Final, $45 application fee]
Deadline for audition recording submission: Sept. 15, 2010

Selected Members Enjoy:

  • The opportunity to rehearse and perform under the baton of Larry J. Livingston, conductor, University of Southern California
  • The opportunity to perform with a world class guest artist
  • The opportunity to perform as part of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's Subscription Series in Hilbert Circle Theatre
  • Instrumental master classes with renowned professionals
  • A SmartMusic¬® one-year subscription and microphone for members
  • Honor Orchestra of America post-concert reception for members and families
  • Personalized certificate, patch and exclusive Honor Orchestra of America member lapel pin
  • DVD and CD recording of the Honor Orchestra of America Concert
  • The "credential" of membership in an elite "family" that includes only a select number of the nation's most outstanding young musicians