Summer Strings Camp

Enrollment

REGISTRATION FORMS are now available for the 2019 Summer Strings Camp, July 22 – July 26 at The Forum.  Early registration goes through June 14.  (Late registration with an added $10 late fee accepted through July 1.)  Faculty from DFW, Lawton & Wichita Falls will instruct participating students. YSO members & non-members are eligible to attend. Students (violin, viola, cello, bass) will be placed in  the Beethoven Bunch (1-2 years playing experience),  Haydn Herd (2-3 years experience) or Paganini Peeps (4+years experience). These guidelines are suggested, with student placement at the discretion of the YSO Artistic Staff and based on ability. Campers new to YSO will need to send an audition via email. Instructions will be provided after we receive your application.  Haydn Herd and Paganini Peeps students will have afternoon electives, rotating activities and master classes.. Cold drinks and snacks will be provided daily, but you must bring your own bag lunch.

    • Beethoven Bunch: 8:30 am-noon, $70
    • Haydn Herd and Paganini Peeps: 8:30 am-3:45 pm, YSO members, $90. Non-YSO members, $100.
    • The week culminates in a Friday evening concert at 5:30pm.
    • Download the description of camp elective classes here (coming soon).
    • Download faculty biographies here (coming soon).
    • For additional info, please contact Jean Hall at 940-723-6202 or at wfyouthsymphony@gmail.com

Camp music coming soon!

Upcoming events:

  • Mon
    22
    Jul
    2019
    Fri
    26
    Jul
    2019

    Summer Strings Camp

    8::30The Forum

    Music theory, orchestra and instruction on violin, viola, cello and bass! Concert Friday at 5:30

  • Sun
    25
    Aug
    2019

    Fall auditions

    1:00 pmMSU Band Hall

    Open auditions for all students who were unable to attend the May auditions. Students will play audition music and scales from the website, plus a short sight reading piece provided by the judges. Students will be informed immediately of the results of the audition, and successful auditioners will …