While the National Youth Jazz Orchestra opened proceedings in Hall One on Friday evening, I was drawn in by the completely unique Soweto Kinch in Hall Two.
What does NYJO stand for?
NYJO stands for National Youth Jazz Orchestra
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 1 other meaning of NYJO in our Acronym Attic
- New York Journal American
- National Youth Jazz Band
- Nanyang Junior College (Singapore)
- New York Japanese Church
- National Youth Jazz Festival (South Africa)
- New York Jets Football
- New York Jewish Film Festival
- New York Jazz Guerilla (rock group)
- New York Junior League
- New York Journal of Mathematics
- National Youth Jazz Orchestra of Scotland
- New York Jazz Quartet (band)
- New York Jewish Singles
- New York Junior Tennis League (Woodside, New York)
- New York Jewish Week
- New York Jobs With Justice (New York, NY)
- Nehru Yuva Kendra (Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports; India)
- New York Knicks
- Nippon Yakin Kogyo Co., Ltd. (Japan)
- Nippon Yusen Kaisha (shipping company)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Peter Bacon Jazz The Change National Youth Jazz Orchestra The title refers to the fact that since NYJO's last recording the band's creator and long-time leader Bill Ashton has handed the reins over to Mark Armstrong, who himself came up through the band and is now a professor at the Royal College Of Music.
He is a non-executive director at an NHS Foundation Trust, a Trustee and Board-Member of the National Youth Jazz Orchestra, and Honorary Secretary of the Civil Mediation Council.
He began playing for the National Youth Jazz Orchestra of Scotland and was named BBC Scottish Young Jazz Musician of the Year in 2007.
She's moved on to writing for big bands and has worked with a number of them including the National Youth Jazz Orchestra.
The piece received its world premiere on September 10, 1987, in Coventry Cathedral performed by the National Youth Jazz Orchestra, the John Dankworth Quartet, Coventry Cathedral Choir and the Campion Orchestra.
WINEFACTS Big-voiced Amy was spotted with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra.
He was a session musician in London from 1979 and a former member of the National Youth Jazz Orchestra.