USC String Project to hold finale concert
The University of South Carolina’s String Project will conclude May 2 with its finale concert at 7 p.m. at the Koger Center for the Arts.
Admission is $4 and is open to the public.
Throughout the semester, undergraduate string-education majors have been instructing students in grades 3 – 12 as a part of the String Project. The program, offered through the university’s School of Music, offers large-group beginning classes, small group second-year classes, three orchestras and private lessons in violin, viola, cello and bass. The program is designed to improve the teaching of string instruments in both classroom and private studio settings.
The String Project will also hold a summer camp for all students in grades 3-12 who are studying string music and who have completed one year of instruction.
For more information about the USC String Project concert and summer camp, contact Gail Barnes, director of the USC String Project, firstname.lastname@example.org.