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The Young Sounds of Arizona

The Young Sounds of Arizona was founded in 1971, and remains the first and oldest continuous program of its kind in the nation. It is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, sponsored since its inception by the Professional Musicians of Arizona, AFM Local 586. For more information, go to youngsounds.org or Facebook.com/youngsoundsofarizona or MusicSceneAZ.com, or call 602-235-2309.

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The Young Sounds of Arizona at Phoenix Center for the Arts

Read "The Young Sounds of Arizona at Phoenix Center for the Arts" reviewed by Patricia Myers

The Young Sounds of Arizona at Phoenix Center for the Arts Spring Concert Phoenix, Arizona March 5, 2015 The two youth jazz bands of Young Sounds of Arizona performed a satisfying concert of cohesive section work and talented soloists before a near-capacity audience that came to hear teenage musicians who attend ...

Ringers

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Released: 2000

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Young Sounds of Arizona: Ringers

Read "Ringers" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The Young Sounds of Arizona (forty high–school students ages 14–19, not all of whom perform on this album) aren’t in fact Ringers, as the album’s name insinuates — they only play that way! For those few who are unfamiliar with the term, a “ringer,” according to Webster, is “a substitute or addition, as a professional musician ...


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