he melodic sounds of strings, woodwinds and brass filled the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College last Monday as the Durango Youth Symphony performed a diverse selection of classical works. Conducted by Kasia Sokol, the Orchestra was a collection of young local talent ranging from 6th grade through college.

<br clear=" width="450" height="300" xwidth="450" xheight="300" /> A different kind of language. Viola and violin players rehearse Concerto No. 3 in E Flat
Major, a piece written by Mozart. The polished keys of a bassoon. An up-close view of the violin. The Durango Youth Syphony, performs their first piece at the
Community Concert Hall. A viola player strikes a chord.