School of Music
String Experience


School of Music
Mason Hall
SUNY Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
Ph: (716) 673-3151

String Experience students work with faculty member David Collwell

Violin students in the Spring 2013 String Experience work with faculty member David Collwell.


String Experience

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Registration deadline October 31
(Late registrations will be accepted on a space-available basis, with a $5 late fee.)


 
 

Guest Artist


 

 Michael Klinghoffer
Michael Klinghoffer,
double bass

 

Faculty & Bios


  David Colwell
David Colwell
,
violin
  Natasha Farny
Natasha Farny
,
cello
  Harry Jacobson
Harry Jacobson
, double bass 
  David Rose
David Rose
,
viola
 

Maureen Yuen
Maureen Yuen
,
violin

  David Rudge
David Rudge
,
conductor, College Symphony Orchestra

THE STRING EXPERIENCE ... is a seminar for high school violinists, violists, cellists and bassists that brings you in contact with Fredonia's conservatory-trained string faculty.

Joining String Experience this year will be guest artist Michael Klinghoffer, performer, conductor and international string educator. Klinghoffer studied under Gary Karr at Yale University, studied at the Hartt School and University of Hartford, where he received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree. He has been assistant principal bass player in the Israel Symphony Orchestra and in the Israel Sinfonietta. More about Michael Klinghoffer >>

The String Experience exemplifies the unique one-on-one relationship that is fostered between students and teachers at Fredonia. Young musicians will be given the chance to improve performance and practice techniques, interact with other string players, and attend a recital with our distinguished faculty artists. String players will work in small and large group sessions, developing performance skills, improving technical skills such as intonation, tone production, and more. The atmosphere is designed to be a fun, supportive learning environment for students, but teachers and parents are also encouraged to attend - we hope you'll join us for this exciting event.

 


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