Porterville College is pleased to announce that the 2014 Porterville Summer Strings (PSS) program for students, 4th through 12th grades will once again be held June 1-6 here at PC.
The Porterville Summer Strings Workshop is a collaborative effort between the local branch of the American Association of University Women, student faculty from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, the Porterville College Music Department, the Porterville Unified School District, and local musicians and supporters who have generously given their time, talents, and resources to provide a low-cost, challenging, and rewarding opportunity for local music students to improve their skills. The idea for the program began in summer of 2008 in Porterville, California, where a former townie brought home a vision for its music students.
The purpose is to provide a high quality, inexpensive five day musical workshop for violin, viola, cello and bass players. This opportunity is again being sponsored by Porterville American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Porterville College, with instruments available from Porterville Unified School District. It is the intention of this workshop to provide extraordinary experiences for all willing and qualified students. The week will include musical technique, small group lessons, same instrument ensembles, piano theory and several recitals.
The student’s cost for the workshop is only $35.00 if enrolled by May 19. From May 20-27, the cost is $40. After May 27, registration will be accepted on a limited basis and will cost $50. Registration forms are available online on the Porterville Summer Strings website.
For more information visit www.pstringscamp.com.