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Cornish College of the Arts strings faculty includes Pacific Northwest Ballet concertmaster Michael Lim, Baroque specialist Stephen Stubbs, and violist Eyvind Kang. Pre-screening submissions due January 1; on-campus scholarship auditions March 1-2.
A highly praised graduate program for historically informed performance, with expert faculty plus world-renown guests & visiting artists. Concerts take place in NYC, with annual touring in the US & abroad. All students hold full-tuition scholarships.
Friendly, expert music instruction is now available to students of all ages in the Ross Valley’s community music school. We offer private lessons and small-group classes, coaching of small ensembles and bands, and lots of performance opportunities.
September 4-7, 2015. An intensive three-day workshop with Center faculty, limited to 8 rising high school seniors: 4 violinists, 2 violists, and 2 cellists. Application Deadline: July 15, 2015.
The Hartt School is the performing arts conservatory of the University of Hartford offering degree programs for string players with exceptional mentorship from faculty and diverse performance opportunities.
Scor!, String Camps for Adults
Designed for adult string players, Scor! Camps have it all--chamber music, orchestras, technique sessions, diverse stylistic explorations, and loads of fun! Multiple tracks to fit your playing level. Choose from 12 spring & summer camp locations!
KMF unites young musicians with a nurturing internationally accomplished faculty. The Festival's curriculum focuses on lessons, coachings, masterclasses and frequent concerts. KMF’s collegial atmosphere insures personal attention for each student.
Music and Performing Arts Program: Renaissance in the XXI Century Study Abroad in Italy
The Program is an intensive 6 week summer study abroad program in Florence, Italy. Students will enhance their artistic skills by performing in historical venues in Florence and around Italy. May 18 - June 26, 2015.
Distinctively Christian music study for high school students entering grades 9-12. Young musicians will study with Wheaton College music faculty in private lesson, master class, and ensemble experiences. June 21-27, 2015.
Berklee Summer Programs will give you a taste of Berklee - on the stage and in the classroom. Along with students from all over US and around the world. You'll have access to the same facilities available to full time students.
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