The McLean Youth Orchestra (MYO) is one of the premiere orchestral music programs for secondary school students in the Washington, D.C. area. A not-for-profit McLean based orchestral group established by Tysons McLean Orchestra in 1983, the MYO provides the finest musical education to advanced middle and secondary students and an opportunity to experience the joy of performing a professional repertoire with a full orchestra.
Although the MYO charges annual tuition, these fees do not cover all expenses. We rely on the support of our generous patrons, businesses, foundations and government agencies to help fund the performance program.
There are several ways you can support the MYO.
Individual and corporate contributions also may be made to Tysons McLean Orchestra; see here. Tysons McLean Orchestra/McLean Youth Orchestra is incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation and has been granted tax exempt status as a 501(c) 3 organization. Contributions, including gifts of money, bequests, stocks or securities are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Under the direction of Gerald Fowkes, MYO performs three to four concerts and two chamber music performances each year that are free to the public. By advertising in our performance programs, you can demonstrate your interest in supporting the arts that are so essential for child development, and at the same time, reach out to the vast consumer market of Northern Virginia.
Pricing and Instructions
Ads should be 3.75″ high by 4.5″ wide for half page, 7.5″ high by 4.5″ wide for full page, preferably in an Adobe compatible format. Email us for more information.
The MYO musicians and directors sincerely appreciate the continued patronage and support of local businesses. We also hope you will attend our concerts!