Donations and sponsorships make this free concert series possible.
The OYOU is committed to paying its teachers, artists, and performers. We are also committed to outreach within our community, celebrating diversity, and providing an artistic outlet to those with disabilities.
The entire industry of the performing and visual arts has been turned upside down due to advances in technology and a massive shift in how people consume music and view the arts. We provide a source of income to artists by giving them an audience in which to perform and or teach.
The OYOU creates and atmosphere where those that create and make their living in the arts can not only survive, but thrive, in both education and performance.
Our classes are small. We also provide scholarships for those who would otherwise be unable to attend, and we also work with those with disabilities — often one on one.
Please considering donating to the OYOU so that we can pay our teachers and performers a reasonable wage for their hard work and creative efforts.
December 5th, 2019
January 2nd, 2020
February 6th, 2020
March 5th, 2020
This is a free and family friendly event. Saint Mark's Episcopal Church is also 100% accessible for those with mobility issues.
It's a donation ran series! There is no cover charge.
We open the doors at 5:30 We serve complimentary munchies at 6:00. We have yummy queso, chips, snacks, and more! The show starts promptly at 7:00. There's a Q & A between the artist and the audience at 8:00 and the entire event usually wrap up at 8:15
2018/2019 Season Three
Georgia Parker & Big Cedar Fever
Alan Munde and Billy Bright
2017/2018 Season Two
Adam and Chris Carrol
Tracy Weinberg & Friends
2016/2017 Season One