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The Dr. Shirley Linzy Young Artists Orchestra of Las Vegas | Yunior Lopez, Founder

The 2022/23 season features past popular events, new presentations, and our return to the Smith Center. As always, our season includes an incredible lineup of guest artists including international cellist Daniel Hass and Cuban singer Noybel Gorgoy. The highlight of the season is The Music of Star Wars at the Smith Center. Please take a moment to plan how you’ll experience our concerts. Join us for what promises to be a beautiful and exciting season of live music.

Yunior Lopez
Founding Executive & Music Director
The Dr. Shirley Linzy Young Artists Orchestra of Las Vegas
Voted Best of Las Vegas – Arts & Culture Event 2020

june 2023

sat03jun2:00 pmsat3:30 pmYUNIOR LOPEZ AND FRIENDS (Free Event)


Concert Tickets

All tickets are non-refundable, but may be transferable. Please bring a physical ticket or use the will call name at the door for entry. Refunds are not permitted, but tickets may be transferred to another guest to attend the same event. If an event has passed and you did not use your ticket, then the option to transfer is not available. Refunds will only be permitted within 24 hours of ticket purchases. Please send us an email for more information by visiting the contact page.

Concert Attendance

There are no assigned or reserve seating at our events. Seating is at a first-come-first-serve basis. Please note patrons do not have a guaranteed seat at our events if they arrive late. The YAO reserves the right to sell additional tickets to fill seats at the start of an event. We highly advise patrons to plan ahead. High and/or full capacity concerts take place in September, October, and December.


All merchandise items can be returned within 3 days of purchase. Items which have been damaged and/or used will not be refunded. Please send us an email for more information by visiting the contact page.

Classical music concerts in Las Vegas, Las Vegas Philharmonic, Las Vegas Orchestra, Las Vegas Opera, Opera in Las Vegas, Classical Music in Las Vegas, Chamber Music, UNLV, UNLV Orchestra, UNLV Symphony, Henderson Orchestra, Henderson Symphony, Henderson Concerts, Performing Arts, Las Vegas, Nevada, Southern Nevada, NPR, Events.  Andrea Bocelli, Il DIVO, IL VOLO, Star Wars Symphony, Bugs Bunny Symphony, Star Wars, Movie, Harry Potter, Windmill Library, Clark County Library, Comic Con. The Las Vegas Young Artists Orchestra, also known as the Young Artists Orchestra (YAO), is a professional training youth orchestra based out of Las Vegas, NV. Led by Founder & Music Director, Yunior Lopez, the orchestra unites the most talented young musicians up to age 22, who bring their creativity and exceptional musicality to over 15 concerts and events annually. In September 2016, the orchestra program expanded with the addition of the Young Artists Orchestra Academy – a youth orchestra designed to prepare and train young musicians for inclusion in the Young Artists Orchestra. Founded on the basis of educating and promoting young musicians, the Young Artists Orchestra is fully dedicated to the artistic, personal, and professional development of outstanding instrumentalists. Through a wide range of performance and instructional activities, the Young Artists Orchestra seeks to develop the skills and qualifications required of twenty-first century musicians. Under the Artistic and Musical direction of Yunior Lopez, the program offers detailed exposure to traditional and modern orchestral repertoire, collaborations with nationally and internationally recognized guest artists, in addition to unique chamber music opportunities. Moreover, it’s one of the few tuition-free youth orchestra programs in the United The Las Vegas Philharmonic is Southern Nevada’s only professional symphony orchestra. Founded in 1998 by Music Director and Conductor Laureate Harold Weller and long-time Las Vegas arts supporters Susan and Andrew Tompkins, the Las Vegas Philharmonic made a bold stake for artistic credibility with its inaugural concert, a performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection” in 1999. The orchestra performed this magnificent work yet again to a sold out hall as resident company for the grand opening of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in March 2012.


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