Some of Tallahassee's rising stars showcased their talent at Florida State University Sunday afternoon.
They may be young, but don't let their age fool you. The talented musicians are part of the Tallahassee Symphony Youth Orchestra, and Sunday afternoon they held their fall concert.
The orchestra has been around for 15 years and has just under 200 students enrolled.
Stacey Black, who attended the symphony, said, "We brought our family because, like I said, my friend’s, son it's his first concert and I wanted my kids to see that kids their age are practicing and performing and doing things that maybe they only heard about, that they can do it too."
The Youth Orchestra played to a packed house, and by the looks of it, the children enjoyed the show as much as the audience.
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