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Placido Domingo cried when he saw the Venezuelan Youth Orchestra perform. The world-renowned opera singer confessed that the concert evoked the strongest emotions he had ever felt.

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Closed 11 Dec 2012
The Simin Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela's (SBYOV) varied repertoire includes important Venezuelan and Latin-American pieces which have won renown and popularity due to the orchestra?s performances and recordings. It has performed with famous soloists and renowned ensembles, has appeared in many music festivals, gala concerts, and special events in Venezuela and abroad, as well as performed at many of the most important venues of Europe, Asia, and North and South America.

The orchestra has had two principal conductors: its founder, maestro Abreu, who held the post for over two decades and maestro Alfredo Rugeles, its current artistic director. In addition to Dr. Abreu and maestro Rugeles, the orchestra has welcomed prominent guest conductors to its podium, whose contributions to the orchestra?s artistic standards proved invaluable.

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Opening night: 10 December 2012

Closing night: 11 December 2012


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