Stambaugh youth band will play for live, virtual audience

The Stambaugh Youth Concert Band will play its fall concert for both a live audience and an online audience.

The concert will feature a woodwind choir, brass ensemble, flute choir, clarinet quartet and percussion ensemble. The repertoire will include works by Mozart, Bizet and Beethoven, and it will conclude with an ensemble performing “His Honor” by Henry Fillmore.

The Stambaugh Youth Concert Band, directed by Tyler Husosky and Michael Crist, is comprised of 54 of the top high school musicians from northeast Ohio and western Pennsylvania.

The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Stambaugh Auditorium, 1000 Fifth Ave., Youngstown. Tickets to view the concert in person are $7 and must be purchased in advance at stambaughauditorium.com. Seats will be reserved and socially-distanced per order with a limit of four tickets per order.

For the safety of the audience, musicians and staff, there will be no concessions, no walk-up ticket sales, and no items distributed to guests at the concert.

The concert also will be livestreamed and can be viewed for free using the Digital Concert Hall app or on Stambaugh’s website and YouTube channel.


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