String Academy Program Director
Upcoming Pre-College String Events
New Payment Policy
The String Academy faculty is no longer allowed to continue lessons if full payment is not received by the end of the second week of the semester. To avoid any uncomfortable situations, there is a deadline on the registration form that indicates when payment is expected. If there are questions regarding payment options, please contact Christina Hightower at email@example.com or at 812-856-1523.
Dear Students and Parents:
The intense summer programs of the String Academy are coming to a close and we are looking forward to the Fall Semester 2016. Private lessons will begin on August 22 with the first groups beginning on Saturday, August 27. This year the Book One and Book Two Violin Groups will be taking place on Saturday mornings. Please keep this in mind as you organize your fall schedules. The calendar will be placed on the website by the end of July.
Registration deadline for Fall is August 19, 2016
For the FALL 2016:
All new students, please contact Christina Hightower at firstname.lastname@example.org Students who have had previous training outside the String Academy are required to audition. The audition will take place on SAT, August 20, 2016. Please contact Christina Hightower (email@example.com) to secure a time.
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Many best wishes,
Mimi and the Faculty
Reminders: Please confirm your private lesson time with your teacher. Group class times will be posted very soon. For questions regarding the registration process you may also contact Michele Stebbins at firstname.lastname@example.org
All About the String Academy
The String Academy is open to children ages 5 -18 who wish to study the violin and cello through a curriculum that includes private and group lessons, theory and master classes, chamber music, and performance opportunities. Instruction is based upon the methods and philosophies of Mimi Zweig, Suzuki, and Paul Rolland. Beginning students participate weekly in both a private and group lesson. Parents are urged to support and encourage the students at private and group lessons and in daily practice.
The special training, experience and expertise of the outstanding faculty in the musical education of young people results in students playing with technical ease and musical sensitivity. The first years of music instruction are the most important, for they set the stage for everything that follows. Whether a child develops into a professional musician or an amateur, the skills of concentration and the joy and love for music will remain forever.
Please download the String Academy Handbook [PDF] for guidelines and detailed information about the String Academy. Adobe Acrobat is free and can be downloaded here.
For information about the Indiana University Violin Virtuosi Documentary, go to Circling Around: The Violin Virtuosi.
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