When: Sun., April 22, 7 p.m. 2012
The European Union Youth Orchestra combines raw talent with world-class conductors in a performance that transcends social, economic and cultural boundaries in the common pursuit of musical excellence. Since the European Union Youth Orchestra was founded in 1976, audiences around the world have been impressed with the level of mastery present in the 18- to 29-year-olds who compose the ensemble. The only orchestra in the world to contain members from all 27 European Union countries, the group unites 135 of Europe's top young musical talents under the musical direction of renowned conductor-pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Price: $29-$49 general public, $15-$29 IU Bloomington students