On Sunday, April 23rd, music enthusiasts and supporters of youth development will gather at Koka Booth Amphitheatre to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Triangle Youth Music. The concert, titled “Shaping the Future of Music,” will feature talented young musicians who have been working tirelessly to hone their craft and showcase their skills.
Admission to the concert is free (and no tickets are required for entry), but those who want to secure a table for 4-6 people can pay for a special ticket (visit https://www.boothamphitheatre.com/events/detail/triangle-youth-music-presents-shaping-the-future-of-music for ticket availability and prices). Doors open at 3:30 PM, and the concert starts at 4 PM.
Koka Booth Amphitheatre is located at 8003 Regency Pkwy, Cary, NC 27518.
Katherine Denton, Operations Manager at Triangle Youth Music, expressed her admiration for the young musicians, saying, “It is so rewarding to see how hard these musicians have been working. As someone with very little musical experience, I am in awe of how these kids can spend just a few hours a week rehearsing together and produce such beautiful music.”
Cary-based Triangle Youth Music is an organization that provides opportunities for young musicians all over the Triangle to develop their musical talents, work with skilled musicians, and perform in various settings. The 35th-anniversary concert is a testament to the organization’s success in shaping the future of music through the youth it serves.
Attendees can expect to be entertained by a diverse repertoire that includes jazz and classical music. This concert is a celebration of music and the talents of the young musicians who have worked tirelessly to hone their craft.
The Triangle Youth Music concert, “Shaping the Future of Music,” promises to be a night of great entertainment and an opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of the young musicians in the program. Whether you want to see some local youth talent or just looking for a night of great entertainment, this concert could be a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.