what we value
NAYCO members have won numerous awards including First Prize at the 2015 International Youth Talent Competition in Houston, First Prize at the United States Internal Music Competition at Stanford University
Preserve Cultural Heritage
The orchestra aspires to promote Chinese traditional music and culture and cultural exchanges between the East and West.
Serve the Community
NAYCO brings music and cheers to hospitals, senior centers, churches, schools and public libraries.
The North America Youth Chinese Orchestra is a 501c3 non- profit organization founded in 2012 by Changlu Wu.It provides a platform for the young musicians to showcase their talents. The young musicians were born and raised in America. Besides being passionate about their music, they are thrilled to serve the community, bringing music and cheers to hospitals, senior centers, churches, schools and public libraries. They also value the opportunities to socialize and enjoy the comradeship with other young music lovers.
Liu Qin & Yang Qin
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What we do
NAYCO will hold the second Heritage Concert next spring. Please go to support-us page to help.
Thanks to all NAYCO‘s members. Thank you for all your high-quality performances that reflect the content and skills you have learned.
Claire will go to Princeton University this Fall. Best wishes for her wonderful college years ahead. It is a proud moment for her as all her hard work has paid off.
CRYSTAL KING JUST WON THE ENTIRE SINGING COMPETITION IN LA AND SHE IS GOING TO CHINA TO COMPETE ON THE SING! CHINA. For more songs, please visit https://www.youtube.com/user/crystaqlwang
April 22nd,2017 Matthew performed Pipa with Strake Jesuit College Preparatory Orchestra , in Parsley Center Houston.
We need 2 rooms for summer camp. If you can offer any help, please concact by email. Thank you for all your help.
International night of Jenks Elementary. Thanks to Cheryl and Jada for their professional explanation of the Chinese instruments.
NAYCO Concert in Brown Auditorium, the Museum of Fine Art Houston on Jan. 21st, 2017
This summer, three young NAYCO musicians will graduate and begin their college life. It’s a great fortune for NAYCO to have these three briliant performers since the found of NAYCO. NAYCO wishes the best for these three beloved students: Ginger, Jeannette and Matthew.
NAYCO hold a concert in Brown Auditorium, the Museum of Fine Art Houston on Jan. 21st, 2017. It’s very well received, a great success!