On Tuesday, January 22nd from Noon to 1:30 PM Solo Guitarist TJ Brinjak will be performing at Luna Rossa Ristorante (550 Deep Valley Dr, Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274).
One half of the tip-jar for this event will be presented to the Asia America Symphony Association.
View the flyer here.
The AAYS Jazz Quartet is set to be featured performers at the Natsumatsuri Family Festival on August, 18th at the Aratani Central Hall, sponsored by the Japanese American National Museum.
They will be performing from 3:40 PM to 4:00 PM.
The AAYS Jazz Quartet is set to be the featured performers at the Omotesenke Tea Ceremony Banquet on Saturday, July 28th at the Miyako Hybrid Hotel in Torrance.
We are pleased to announce that the application processes for our DK Kim Scholarship and the 14th Annual AASA International Composition for Orchestra Competition are officially open!
The application form for the DK Kim Scholarship may be viewed here.
The application form for the Composition Competition may be viewed here. Its flyer may be seen here.
Save the date for our Annual AASA Bravo Awards: June 10th, 2018 at the LA Hotel.
We are pleased to announce that AASA’s Annual Tennis Tournament will take place on Sunday November 12, 2017 at the Palos Verdes Tennis Club and Peninsula Racquet Club. A Dinner and Awards Banquet featuring a performance by Maestro David Benoit will follow later that evening at the Palos Verdes Golf Club.
View the flyer here.
Join us for a day of friendly competition and an evening of cocktails, dinner, and unforgettable music by registering here today!
Join us for the 2017 Bravo Awards on Sunday, June 11, 2016. This year we honor Kings Hawaiian, Leonard Kim, and Darryl Tanikawa.
3 Ensembles come together April 9th for a fun evening of Classical, Modern, and Jazz music.
Join David Benoit on May 15, 2016 when he conducts the Asia America Youth Symphony and the All-American Boys Chorus in the premiere of his most personal composition to date, “Bikeride.”
“Bikeride” draws its inspiration from both childhood memories and David’s lifelong enjoyment of this pastime. At its core, it is the story of a young boy who was tormented by bullies and rescued by his father, giving the child the freedom to once again enjoy the simple pleasure of a neighborhood bike ride.
David’s classic instrumental sound, overlaid with the beautiful voices of the All-American Boys Chorus, brings this poignant memory to life, and is fittingly described by David as his most heartfelt and personal composition in a career that spans four decades.
The Armstrong Theater in Torrance, CA is the venue for this very special concert. Tickets can be purchased on the Asia America Youth Symphony web site — https://aasymphony.org/2016-order-tickets/ .
Read more at https://www.facebook.com/davidbenoitmusic/