Enrollment open for Renton Youth Symphony and Debut Orchestra

The orchestras meet at 6:30 p.m. on Mondays from September through April.

The Renton Youth Symphony Orchestra and Debut Orchestra recently celebrated 30 years of providing youth in South King County an opportunity to play in a full orchestra, a release stated.

The orchestras meet at 6:30 p.m. on Mondays from September through April.

Registration fees for Renton residents is $135 and $162 for non-Renton residents. The fees for the Debut Orchestra are $100 for Renton residents and $120 for non-residents.

Scholarships are also available, the release stated.

Registration can be done at the Renton Community Center or online at www.rentonwa.gov/cybersignup.org or by phone at 425-430-6700.

For more information on the youth orchestras, visit www.rentonwa.gov.

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