We are very excited to welcome Jan Eddington as the new ISCS Youth Orchestra Conductor/Artistic Director! She brings a wealth of experience and a passion for working with young musicians. We are also happy to announce that Maggie Price will be joining the ISCSYO as Assistant Conductor for fall 2022 semester!

The Idaho State-Civic Symphony Youth Orchestra (ISCSYO) provides Southeast Idaho's most dedicated music students with opportunities to develop their technical musicianship by playing challenging repertoire in a professional format. Regular rehearsals and concert performances provide young musicians with important life skills needed to prepare them for future opportunities and cultivate artistic growth and excellence through enriching orchestral experiences. The ensemble rehearses Tuesday afternoons at ISU's Stephens Performing Arts Center and performs two concerts each season.  Young musicians who take part in the program consistently rate it as a positive, educational, and fulfilling experience.

​​​​​​​The 2022-2023 Youth Orchestra season will see a return to a full orchestra in the spring semester.

Complete Youth Orchestra Audition Registration here.


​​​​​​​Jan Eddington, ISCSYO Conductor & Artistic Director

Jan Eddington studied Music Education at Brigham Young University and received a Masters Degree in Music Education from Southern Oregon University. Along with being a current member of the Idaho State-Civic Symphony, Ms. Eddington has performed Bassoon and conducted student ensembles in multiple states and on European tours.  Following a career in teaching music at all grade levels in the public schools, Ms. Eddington continues to be involved with students through her private studio and as an Honor Band Clinician.  She finds it extremely rewarding to help students reach potentials far beyond their initial expectations. 

Maggie Price, ISCSYO Assistant Conductor
Maggie Price is studying to receive a Bachelors of Music Education with a minor in piano. Previously a teacher for the Idaho State Preparatory Strings Program, she currently runs a private violin and piano studio where she enjoys helping students reach their potential. A current member of the Idaho State-Civic Symphony, Maggie is also a passionate chamber musician, performing chamber works for the past five years. In addition to her work, Maggie also loves being outdoors through backpacking, rock climbing, and skiing.