Auckland Youth Orchestra

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Our vision is to inspire young people to excellence through their love of musical performance.

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Support this worthwhile organisation which is encouraging and challenging young people to aspire to excellence. These young musicians have already put in years of disciplined practice to achieve their individual performance standards. When they come together as an orchestra the results are thrilling!

Every dollar we receive is carefully stewarded to help achieve our vision each year.

Your donation goes towards the regular operating costs of hiring rehearsal and concert venues, transport, storage and professional tutoring. Every donation makes a difference!

All donations are most gratefully received. AYO is a Registered Charity and is an IRD-Approved Donee Organisation. A tax receipt will be automatically issued on receipt of your donation.

Find out more about us at www.ayo.org.nz


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  • Julie G

    Julie G on 23 Apr 2019

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    Sounds like a lovely concert program

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    • Auckland Youth Orchestra

      So appreciate your continued support and generosity - thank you! Hope to see you at the concert!

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 22 Apr 2019

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    • Auckland Youth Orchestra

      Delighted to have you renew your General Supportership for 2019 - thank you for your kind donation!!!

  • Bleau Bustenera

    Bleau Bustenera on 27 Mar 2019

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    • Auckland Youth Orchestra

      Wow thank you for your generosity - so lovely to have your continued support as a past player!

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 23 Mar 2019

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    • Auckland Youth Orchestra

      Thank you very much indeed for your generous donation - we are delighted to have you continue as a General Supporter of AYO - thank you!

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 19 Mar 2019

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    • Auckland Youth Orchestra

      Sincere thanks for your ongoing generous support - it is very much appreciated!

Organisation details

AYO is the premier regional youth orchestra in New Zealand. Founded in 1948, it is designed to bridge the gap between school orchestras and adult professional groups.

More than 2,600 young adults from diverse cultural and social backgrounds have passed through the ranks of the orchestra, having received expert training in orchestral playing. No other orchestral organisation or institution in New Zealand provides such a comprehensive programme to musicians between the ages of 15 and 26.

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