Scranton Violin Students & Stroudsburg Violin Students

We’re Going Pops!

This fall, the Sinfonia Youth Orchestra is putting Beethoven and Mozart aside to dig into some classic movie themes.

With the likes of James Bond, Star Wars, and Superman, our musicians are getting a taste of tricky rhythms and melodies chockful of accidentals. It’s a demanding workload this time around, but what better way to build an orchestra filled with powerhouse players?

Mark Your Calendar & Hear it Live

The Sinfonia Youth Orchestra is NEPA’s best kept musical secret!

Before heading below and getting lost in the music — CAUTION: John Williams is extremely addictive — take a minute to SAVE THE DATE for our fall concert.

Besides, where else can you find four-year-olds, teenagers, and adults sharing the love of a common interest?

Pops with the Sinfonia Youth Orchestra

  • WHEN: Sunday, November 8, 2015 at 3:15 pm
  • WHERE: St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Church 322 Chestnut Street, Dunmore
  • TICKETS: $5 each (available at the door)

It’s a Preview!

Here are some clips to excite your ears and get you concert ready…

James Bond Theme (Monty Norman)

Main Theme from Superman (John Williams)

All I Ask of You from Phantom of the Opera (Andrew Lloyd Weber)

Raiders March (John Williams)

Somewhere in My Memory from Home Alone (John Williams)

Imperial March from Star Wars (John Williams)

Main Theme from Star Wars (John Williams)

Theme from E.T. (John Williams)

Over the Rainbow from Wizard of Oz (Harold Arlen/E.Y. Harburg)

Can You Read My Mind? from Superman (John Williams)