Carnegie Hall has announced the names of the 109 young musicians selected from across the nation for the tenth annual National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America (NYO-USA). The members of the 2023 orchestra—ages 16–19, hailing from 31 U.S. states plus Puerto Rico—were chosen by Carnegie Hall following a selective audition process. NYO-USA and NYO2, a program for players ages 14–17, are offered free of charge, ensuring that all invited musicians can take part. NYO-USA musicians will meet at Purchase College, State University of New York in early July for an intensive two-week training residency. Sir Andrew Davis will lead NYO-USA at the orchestra’s annual Carnegie Hall concert (July 14), and throughout its North American tour with stops in Groton, Massachusetts; Joliette, Quebec; Dallas, Texas; Jackson, Wyoming; Stanford and San Diego, California; and more. Violinists Gil Shaham and Hilary Hahn will appear as soloists. NYO-USA’s tour repertoire includes a new work written for the ensemble by Valerie Coleman, commissioned by Carnegie Hall; Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique; and Barber’s and Tchaikovsky’s violin concertos. Visit carnegiehall.org/Education/Programs/National-Youth-Ensembles/NYO-USA/Orchestra-Roster for the names, instruments, and hometowns of the musicians of the 2023 National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America.