JSYO Assistantship and Fellowship recipients are hard at work!

This year, the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras opened up three special programs for advanced students. These three programs are designed to not only help students with tour-related fees (Philharmonic’s trip to Los Angeles, California) but to also provide educational and professional experience.

Arts Administration Assistantship

Students will explore the fundamentals of running an arts organization throughout the various administrative departments of the Symphony.

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Mira Menon, Violin
Allen D. Nease High School

Saejin Albright, Violin
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

Joseph Petchauer, Violin
Homeschool

Orchestra Librarian Apprenticeship

Students will work alongside the Jacksonville Symphony principal librarian to prepare all music used in a symphony orchestra rehearsal and performance.

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Mason Wheeler, Trombone
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts        

Armando Atanda, Viola
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

Katherine Harland, Violin
Homeschool

Isabelle Scott, Harp
Homeschool

Honors Chamber Music Fellowships

Gives selected students a 10-month, career building opportunity to perform chamber music of the highest level throughout Northeast Florida while also providing entrepreneurial skills.

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JSYO Honors Chamber Ensemble I

Maxwell VanHoeij, Violin
Lincoln High School, Tallahassee, Florida

Noah Hays, Cello
Homeschool

Anastasia Letkemann, Violin
Homeschool

Lark Harrington, Violin
Allen D. Nease High School

Armando Atanda, Viola
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

Kieran Elwood, Double Bass
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

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JSYO Honors Chamber Ensemble I

Kaitlyn Thornton, Viola
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

Glen Dizon, Violin
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

Noah Arcenas, Violin
Stanton College Preparatory School

Andrew Angelo, Cello
Homeschool