Anderson High School’s orchestra program consists of two orchestras and has around 100 students. The Symphony Orchestra has performed at Disney World in Orlando, Florida; in New York City; at the American String Teacher Association’s 2006 National Orchestra Festival where the group received straight superior ratings; as well as at OMEA State Adjudicate Events. AHS Symphony Orchestra has also participated twice at the National Orchestra Cup held at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center in 2007 and most recently in 2009, and in both performances was awarded First Runner Up. AHS Philharmonic received 1st Place in High School class AA at the Music in the Parks festival in 2010. AHS Symphony was also selected to play in for the 2010 OMEA Professional Conference in Cincinnati, OH. In preparation for the OMEA performance, Anderson had the privelage of working with esteemed clinician E. Daniel Long. The Anderson Orchestras have also had the privilege of collaborations with the Ohio University Orchestra, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, and the Cincinnati Symphony orchestra. The collaborations with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra have included pre-concert performances by the Anderson Chamber Orchestra at Cincinnati’s Music hall as well as as joint concert with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra held at Anderson’s Titus Auditorium, under the baton of Robert Trevino, in January of 2012.