Northland Youth Music Program Auditions

Created: 01/17/2014 8:19 AM

The Northland Youth Music Program director, Bob Greenberg, along with head instructor Randy Lee, stopped by the show on Friday to tell us about their upcoming auditions!

The N.Y.M.P. hosts a Winter Jazz Program, which gives students a chance to play in a high quality jazz big band. Students from 8th grade through high school can take part.  Students younger than that may also audition.

The program will be held once a week, and it will be held at Hermantown Middle School. Tuition is $100. Tuition assistance is available. 

Auditions will be held on consecutive Saturdays, the 18th and 25th from 10:00 AM - Noon at the Hermantown Middle School.

You can get more information at their website or by calling the office at 715-364-2234.

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