WSU String Project
Fall Information:Why play a musical instrument?
Registration is ready for fall semester. The parent meeting is at 4:45 at the browning center in room 133 on Monday, September 22. Beginning, Primo, Vivace, Philharmonic class sessions will start on September 24, and Bonneville Youth audition results will be determined by September 24 (Auditions take place on September 22). Please register now to have your audition scheduled. Placement for String Project classes will take place the first day of class. Bonneville Youth Symphony Orchestra will be taking registration as of now, and you will be contacted to schedule your audition. Auditions will be open to strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion.
Time Schedules for your planning:
Beginning I: 4:40-5:30
Beginning II: 5:40-6:30
Primo (2nd year beginner):4:40-5:30
Philharmonic (Advanced): 5:40-6:30
CLASS ENTRY PREPARATION INFORMATION:
String Project Classes:Students grades 3-12 will be able to participate. Parents are encouraged to participate with their child for free. Any new students (other than beginner) joining the WSU String Project will be asked to play for a teacher on registration day to be placed in a proper class. Please prepare one piece that you are currently working on, and one scale. Primo: one octave scale, Vivace: one/two octave scale, and Phil: two/three octave scale.
Bonneville Youth Symphony Orchestra:Bonneville Youth Orchestra is considered a stepping stone between the String Project Philharmonic and WSU College Orchestra. Auditions will be taken very seriously.
String auditions will require two pieces prepared, one piece needs to be fast and more technical, while the other is slow and legato. You will need to prepare one 3 octave scale in three different rhythms. 4 bows per note (detache), 4 notes per bow (spicatto), and one note per bow. Auditions will be scheduled personally with each student upon registration.