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The Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra (GDYO) is a youth orchestra in Dallas, Texas founded in 1972.[1] It consists of 7 groups from ages five to eighteen and all instruments in the symphony orchestra. The first group is the Young Performers Orchestra (YPO) which is the youngest group. The second group is the Dallas String Ensemble (DSE). Next is the Sinfonietta group which focuses on slightly harder music and technique. Then there is the Philharmonic which is a full orchestra with wind instruments also and percussion. There is also a Wind Symphony which is only winds, brass and percussion. The sixth group is the flute choir which has 12 members performing only on flute. Finally there is the GDYO which is the highest level orchestra. Every 3-4 years they go on tour outside North America. In 1998 they played in England,[2] in 2004 in Poland[3], Germany[4], and the Czech Republic, and the most recent trip in 2007 was to China.[5] In 2000 the GDYO was one of five orchestras to qualify for the National Youth Orchestra Festival in Sarasota, Florida.[6] References ^ Crease, Stephanie Stein (2006). Music Lessons: Guide Your Child to Play a Musical Instrument (and Enjoy it!). Chicago Review Press. pp. p. 156. ISBN 1556526040. Retrieved 2008-05-28.  ^ "Orchestra back over.". Birmingham Evening Mail. 1998-05-29. Retrieved 2008-05-28.  ^ "Amerykanie w Opolu (Americans in Opole)" (in Polish). Gazeta Wyborcza. 2004-06-12.,0,4090827.html. Retrieved 2008-05-28.  ^ "Im Gewandhaus gibt das Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra am Abend ein Benefizkonzert zugunsten von Kindern mit Epilepsie. (The Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra is giving a benefit concert in aid of children with epilepsy in the Gewandhaus this evening)" (in German). mephisto 97.6. 2004-06-08.,5407.html. Retrieved 2008-05-28.  ^ "An Allen tradition turns 10!". Allen Image. October 2007. Retrieved 2008-05-28.  ^ "Young, gifted and classical; Youth Orchestra Festival participants ready for week of classes, performances in Sarasota.". Sarasota Herald Tribune. 2000-06-18. Retrieved 2008-05-28.  External links Official site This article on a classical orchestra is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e