CBS News: NEW YORK -- New York Youth Symphony's debut album has been nominated for the Grammy Awards' Best Orchestral Performance. Music Director Michael Repper joined CBS2 in the studio, along with cellist Noelia and bassoonist Kennedy, to share their excitement for the Grammys this Sunday.
They also talked about making the album during the height of the pandemic, and how aspiring young artists can join the music program. READ MORE AND SEE THE VIDEO ON CBSNEWS.COM>>
New York Times: These Young Musicians Made an Album. Now It’s Nominated for a Grammy. (Kalia Richardson)
"The debut album of the New York Youth Symphony, featuring some players who were in middle school, is up against recordings by some of the world’s top orchestras." READ MORE ON NYTIMES.COM>>
ABC (Good Morning America/GMA3, ABC Eyewitness News) follows New York Youth Symphony's remarkable and historic run for a Grammy® Award in Best Orchestral Performance, the first youth orchestra to ever be represented in the category!
Enjoy this performance of Gabriela Lena Frank's Escaramuza, performed by the New York Youth Symphony (Michael Repper, Conductor). Dimenna Center, NYC; November 2022.
Michael joins Sinfonía por el Perú, Juan Diego Flórez; Orchestra Prepares for European Debut at Salzburg Festival and More
Michael joins internationally-acclaimed tenor Juan Diego Flórez and Sinfonía por el Perú in their grand return to the Grand National Theater of Peru in Lima. As Principal Conductor of Sinfonía flagship ensemble, Michael prepares the orchestra for their upcoming tour to Salzburg, Lucerne, and Gstaad in August/September 2022.
RECORDING: Michael joins Julie Amacher and American Public Radio (NPR) to discuss the making-of NYYS Album (99.5 Minneapolis)