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The '''Portland Youth Philharmonic''' is the nation's oldest youth orchestra, established in 1924 as the '''Portland Junior Symphony'''.
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The '''Portland Youth Philharmonic''' is the nation's oldest youth orchestra, established in 1924 as the '''Portland Junior Symphony'''. PYP has had five conductors and music directors during its history: Jacques Gershkovitch (1924–1953), Jacob Avshalomov (1954–1995), Huw Edwards (1995–2002), Mei-Ann Chen (2002–2007), and David Hattner (2008–present).

Latest revision as of 19:32, 21 May 2014

The Portland Youth Philharmonic is the nation's oldest youth orchestra, established in 1924 as the Portland Junior Symphony. PYP has had five conductors and music directors during its history: Jacques Gershkovitch (1924–1953), Jacob Avshalomov (1954–1995), Huw Edwards (1995–2002), Mei-Ann Chen (2002–2007), and David Hattner (2008–present).