Classes ~ Ensembles ~ Workshops

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Community Ensembles

Early Childhood

Musikgarten: What Do You Hear? (Newborn-3 years, caregiver present)

$94.00 (includes materials)

8 Sessions

Saturdays 2/8-4/4  @ 9:30-10:10 AM (off 3/21) NEW TIME

Instructor: Heather Kline

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Mondays 2/10-4/6 @ 10:00-10:40 AM (off 2/17)

Instructor: Heather McEndree

These classes are the first step toward bonding musically with your child. Activities include bouncing & rocking songs, finger plays, body awareness games, singing, moving, dancing, listening and playing instruments. All of these activities stimulate the brain, foster physical development, and cultivate listening skills.

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Music Together ® (18 months – 5 years, caregiver present)

$165.00 (includes materials- siblings under 18 months may attend at no charge)

11 sessions

Parents-only class: 2/12 @ 7:15 PM

Wednesdays, 1/29-4/8 @ 5:20-6:05 PM NEW TIME

Instructor: Susan Matson

This class explores music in a warm, low-key atmosphere, encouraging families to make music a part of everyday life, setting in motion a life-long love of and participation in music. Basic music skills will be developed through singing, movement, and the use of rhythm instruments and other props. Parents-only class on Sept. 25 at 7:00 PM.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Musikgarten World Music 2 (3.5 – 5 years)

$99 (includes materials)

8 sessions

Saturdays, 2/1-4/4 @ 10:30-11:15 AM (off 2/22 & 3/21) NEW TIME

Instructor: Heather McEndree

Children at this age are growing physically and intellectually at a rapid pace! This class focus on multicultural music to capitalize on their development and provide musical activities to help children sing more tunefully, move with expressiveness to various styles of music, and read, write, and play rhythmic patterns on various instruments.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

CVSM Paint-Fun Day (all ages)

$30

Sunday, March 22 @ 2:00-4:00 PM

Location: Jan  Zell Wines, 251 Grant St. Chambersburg, PA

Instructor: Tarryne West

“Not your average painting party! In support of the Cumberland Music School, this class is designed to help you explore your creative spark through the idea of seeing music as color.

Join our instructor Tarryne West as she leads you through an exploration of how music and emotion provide the perfect inspiration for exciting abstract painting. You’ll be guided step by step through creating your own masterpiece and learn how to tap into your unique creative process.

Each participant will create a 16 x 20 painting using acrylic paint and canvas board. No painting experience is required and all materials are supplied but we suggest you don’t wear new clothes just in case you get messy in your creative exploration!”

Participants under 21 must be accompanied by adult 25 or older; chaperones do not need to participate or pay to be present. Only 21+ will be able to purchase wine or cider.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Elementary and Middle

Theatre Explorers 1 (5-7 years)

$53

8 sessions

Saturdays 1/25-3/21 @ 10:30-11:15 AM (off 2/1) NEW TIME

Instructor: Heather Kline

Explore the world of theatre through storytelling, characterization, and music. Classes will consist of dramatic games, role playing, music, and our imaginations to exercise our bodies, voices, and minds! A small showcase will be performed by students at Performathon on March 21.

 

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Musikgarten® Music Makers at the Keyboard (6-7 years)

$152 (includes materials)

8 sessions

Tuesdays 2/4-3/24 @ 4:30-5:30 PM  NEW DAY/TIME (changed from the brochure)

Instructor: Nathaniel Byers

This class lays the groundwork for keyboard success. The activities foster pride and excitement in making music both independently and with others.In addition to playing the piano, students will participate in dancing and drumming, singing, echoing patterns, and rhythm and melody dictation.

Piano Sampler (7-11 years)

$67 (includes book)

5 Sessions

Saturdays 2/8-3/7 @ 10:30-11:30 AM

Instructor: Marie Hershey

Is your child interested in piano and you would like to “try it” before registering for lessons? This class introduces the basics of playing piano in a supportive group environment.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

CVSM Children’s Choir (Grades 4-8, unchanged voices)

$160

17 Sessions

Thursdays 1/16-5/14 (off 4/9) @ 4:45-6:00 PM

Saturday Rehearsal  4/25

Instructor: Jeffrey Noll

Do you have a child in your house that loves to sing? This ensemble brings children together for the joyful exploration and celebration of singing! We work with children to develop solid, healthy vocal techniques such as breathing, diction, posture, expression and part singing, and they will enjoy an appealing, diverse musical repertoire including some Broadway selections. Several performance opportunities include (but are not limited to): Performathon on March 21; Concert on May 7 in Thomson; Local senior citizen community on May 14.

*Students who register for individual lessons receive a 30% discount on the Children’s choir fee!

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Theatre Explorers 2 (8-12 years)

$53

8 sessions

Saturdays 1/25-3/21 (off 2/1) • 11:30-12:15

Instructor: Heather Kline

Use your creativity, imaginations, and sense of fun to explore the world of theatre! Students will use collaborative activities to learn basic theatrical techniques and prepare for a small showcase performance at Performathon on March 21.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Fiddle Sticks (10-14 years)

For advanced beginner and intermediate level string players, this group focuses on technique, musicianship, and mastery of ensemble repertoire and will have multiple performance opportunities including Performathon on March 21 and a combined concert with the CVSM String Orchestra on March 31. Students should have played their instrument for at least a year. The second session of the semester will focus on preparing for adjudication. Students can join one or both sessions.

Session 1: Tuesdays 1/21-3/31 • 6:15-7:30 for $99

Session 2: Tuesdays 4/14-5/19 • 6:15-7:30 for $62

Instructor: Deb Stotelmyer

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

CVSM Paint-Fun Day (all ages)

$30

Sunday, March 22 @ 2:00-4:00 PM

Location: Jan  Zell Wines, 251 Grant St. Chambersburg, PA

Instructor: Tarryne West

“Not your average painting party! In support of the Cumberland Music School, this class is designed to help you explore your creative spark through the idea of seeing music as color.

Join our instructor Tarryne West as she leads you through an exploration of how music and emotion provide the perfect inspiration for exciting abstract painting. You’ll be guided step by step through creating your own masterpiece and learn how to tap into your unique creative process.

Each participant will create a 16 x 20 painting using acrylic paint and canvas board. No painting experience is required and all materials are supplied but we suggest you don’t wear new clothes just in case you get messy in your creative exploration!”

Participants under 21 must be accompanied by adult 25 or older; chaperones do not need to participate or pay to be present. Only 21+ will be able to purchase wine or cider.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Music and the Alexander Technique (all ages)

Saturday, February 15 @ 10:00-11:30 AM

Location: Thompson Hall

Instructor: Joe Schaefer

To be your best musician, singer or dancer you must begin by addressing not only your instrument but yourself. This workshop will look at how the Alexander Technique has been helping performing artists for over 100 years avoid injuries, extend careers and increase overall levels of performance and expression. This is all possible through movement re-education.  Group, partner and individual movement etudes will encourage making music a whole-body experience. Come explore and become aware of habits that may be detrimental to your art form, holding you back from achieving your best!  (Please bring instruments, voices and any other form of expression with you to explore with the Alexander Technique.)

Private individual Alexander lessons with Joe will be offered in the afternoon after the general workshop. Participants can feel free to bring their instrument or art form of choice along with them. Our registrar will contact you after you register for the general workshop to set up a specific lesson time.

Joe Schaefer is an AmSAT-certified Alexander Technique teacher who wishes to make movement easier for everyone. After suffering from numerous musical injuries, he now aims at helping others avoid the downfalls of habitual and harmful movement and posture. By applying the Alexander Technique one can learn to avoid injuries, extend careers and increase overall levels of performance and expression. Joe has a studio space at Simply Well in Carlisle, runs workshops at multiple regional universities and is an Integrative Medicine Expert with UPMC.  www.atjoeschaefer.com

$10 to attend the general workshop

$15 to add the 15-minute individual session to the workshop attendance

**CVSM faculty and local school district music teachers are FREE for the general workshop. Please contact Valerie directly to get your name on the participation list, since it is not an option on the website.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Teens and Adults

Fiddle Sticks (10-14 years)

For advanced beginner and intermediate level string players, this group focuses on technique, musicianship, and mastery of ensemble repertoire and will have multiple performance opportunities including Performathon on March 21 and a combined concert with the CVSM String Orchestra on March 31. Students should have played their instrument for at least a year. The second session of the semester will focus on preparing for adjudication. Students can join one or both sessions.

Session 1: Tuesdays 1/21-3/31 • 6:15-7:30 for $99

Session 2: Tuesdays 4/14-5/19 • 6:15-7:30 for $62

Instructor: Deb Stotelmyer

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Guitar Starter Workshop (11 years and older)

$25

Saturday, 2/1 @ 11:45 AM -1:15 PM

Instructor: Dr. Candice Mowbray

If you received a guitar as a gift over the holidays and you aren’t sure what to do with it, this class is for you! When we say “absolute beginners,” we mean it: learn how to hold the guitar, use a pick, play chords and strum. Sign up with a friend or family member.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Guitar Class for Beginners (11 years and older)

$79

7 Sessions

Tuesdays 1/21-3/3 @ 7:00-8:00 PM

Instructor: Dr. Candice Mowbray

This course is designed for students with no prior guitar experience. Students will learn how to hold the guitar, strum chords, play simple melodies, read music, fingerpick and more. The skills learned in this class can be applied to a variety of musical styles. Each student must provide his/her own guitar, picks and a music stand.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Introduction to Classical and Fingerstyle Guitar (11 years and older)

$20

Monday, 4/6 @ 5:00-6:00 PM

Instructor: Dr. Candice Mowbray

Participants will receive an introduction to basic techniques needed to play guitar in the classical style. Absolute beginners are welcome but knowledge of a few open chords will be helpful. Some discussion and listening activities will be included. Students must provide their own guitars.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Chamber Music Sampler (14 years and older)

$68

7 sessions

Saturdays 1/25-3/21 @ 10:30-11:30 AM (off 2/1 & 2/15)

Instructor: Deborah Stotelmyer

Joining a small ensemble is the most collaborative form of music making around! Every player has their own, individual part to play, and at the same time, the handful of players learn to work together to play as ONE. This course will provide a sample of this experience while teaching the skills to be successful in a small ensemble. You will be placed into small groups with other members of similar playing levels, and music will be selected that allows for various combinations of brass, woodwind, and string instruments. Participants should be capable of playing in keys up to 2 flats and 2 sharps and be able to play an independent part. The semester of study will culminate in a performance of Eine Kleine Nachtmusikc & other works at the CVSM Performathon on March 21.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Voice Over Class (14 years and older)

$45

4 sessions

Thursdays 3/5-3/26@ 6:30-7:30 PM (off 11/28)

Instructor: Adam Wennick

In this 4-session workshop, you will learn to identify and develop your voiceover toolbox through identifying a script’s purpose, voice and tone. Students will work at the mic at every class and explore narration, commercials, and animation. No experience necessary!

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Intro. to Acting (14 years and older)

$92

8 sessions

Wednesdays 2/12-4/1 @ 6:30-7:30 PM

Instructor: Adam Wennick

This 8-week class will teach students basic acting techniques and script analysis. In the first half of the class, students will explore acting techniques by Meisner, Chekhov, and Stanislavsky. The second half of the class will put these techniques into practice as students perform scenes. (No experience necessary!)

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Audition Workshop (14 years and older)

$45

1 session

Saturday Jan. 4 @ 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM (NEW DATE!!)

Instructor: Adam Wennick

Booking a role is more than just reading words on a page. This 4-hour workshop will give beginning actors the keys they need to successfully audition. This intensive program will teach students how to present themselves in the audition room, how to perform cold reads successfully, how to prepare a monologue, and how to manage expectations when auditioning. (No experience necessary!)

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Performance Workshop (14 years and older)

FREE

5 sessions

Mondays: 1/27, 2/24, 3/30, 4/27, 5/18 @ 6:30-7:30 PM

Instructor: Adam Wennick

This monthly performance workshop allows Actors/Poets/Writers to perform a piece they are working on and receive constructive feedback from their peers.  Participants will perform short pieces (under 5 minutes) to receive feedback and gain experience in a supportive environment.  The focus of this workshop is to improve confidence, performance, and clarity of the work. Come to one or come to all!

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Making a Scene (14 years and older)

$92

8 sessions

Wednesdays 2/12-4/1 @ 7:45-8:45 PM

Instructor: Adam Wennick

This class focuses on scene study and script analysis.  Students will learn how to analyze a scene and incorporate their findings into their own performance.  This class will help the actor become more honest, imaginative, responsive, and alive in a scene.

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An Actor’s Approach to Musical Theatre (14 years and older)

$99

5 sessions

Thursdays 4/16-5/14 @ 6:30-8:30 PM

Instructor: Jon Meyer

Yearning to play larger supporting and lead roles in musical but your lack of experience or acting skills prevents you from getting your desired roles? Then, this class is for you! Learn to analyze and prepare songs while focusing on acting skills, including images and sense memory. Students will choose songs to perform and will work with the instructor on analyzing and interpreting lyrics, much like a monologue, resulting in stronger internal and external performances they can employ when auditioning and performing.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Piano Class for Adults (16 years and older)

$130 (includes book)

10 sessions

Thursdays 3/5-5/14 @ 10:00-11:00 AM (off 4/9)

Instructor: Marie Hershey

This class is designed for those who want to learn to play piano, or perhaps to return to the piano after many years. The group approach cultivates a positive spirit that stimulates and reinforces learning. Classroom interaction makes understanding basic music skills more interesting and enjoyable.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

MusiCulinary Arts Experience (ages 21 and older)

$75/person

Choose one of two dates:

Saturday 2/15  -OR- Saturday 4/25 @ @ 6:00- 9:00 PM

Instructor: Chef John Wassil

This will be a private cooking class paired with wine, food and music! We will be sourcing from local farms to show the support of small business and building a better community together. The idea behind cooking with music is to create artistic plates by the motivation of music. We will learn some traditional techniques along with some modern aspects of the culinary world. The experience with music will allow the guests to relax, feel the rhythm and beat of the kitchen while opening their minds to plate like a pro.

* In coordination with the Cumberland Valley School of Music and Local Celebrity Chef John Wassil, as seen on The Food Network Show “Beat Bobby Flay,” Bethesda Magazine, Hagerstown Magazine, The Hub Show and Virgin Vegan cookbook by Linda Long. The use of Maddie Ann’s kitchen will be provided. The use of all kitchen equipment and tools will also be provided. Maddie Ann’s will also purchase the food/beverage, and table settings will be provided for guests to enjoy their creations. Address will be given to registered participants. 

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

CVSM Paint-Fun Day (all ages)

$30

Sunday, March 22 @ 2:00-4:00 PM

Location: Jan  Zell Wines, 251 Grant St. Chambersburg, PA

Instructor: Tarryne West

“Not your average painting party! In support of the Cumberland Music School, this class is designed to help you explore your creative spark through the idea of seeing music as color.

Join our instructor Tarryne West as she leads you through an exploration of how music and emotion provide the perfect inspiration for exciting abstract painting. You’ll be guided step by step through creating your own masterpiece and learn how to tap into your unique creative process.

Each participant will create a 16 x 20 painting using acrylic paint and canvas board. No painting experience is required and all materials are supplied but we suggest you don’t wear new clothes just in case you get messy in your creative exploration!”

Participants under 21 must be accompanied by adult 25 or older; chaperones do not need to participate or pay to be present. Only 21+ will be able to purchase wine or cider.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Music and the Alexander Technique (all ages)

Saturday, February 15 @ 10:00-11:30 AM

Location: Thompson Hall

Instructor: Joe Schaefer

To be your best musician, singer or dancer you must begin by addressing not only your instrument but yourself. This workshop will look at how the Alexander Technique has been helping performing artists for over 100 years avoid injuries, extend careers and increase overall levels of performance and expression. This is all possible through movement re-education.  Group, partner and individual movement etudes will encourage making music a whole-body experience. Come explore and become aware of habits that may be detrimental to your art form, holding you back from achieving your best!  (Please bring instruments, voices and any other form of expression with you to explore with the Alexander Technique.)

Private individual Alexander lessons with Joe will be offered in the afternoon after the general workshop. Participants can feel free to bring their instrument or art form of choice along with them. Our registrar will contact you after you register for the general workshop to set up a specific lesson time.

Joe Schaefer is an AmSAT-certified Alexander Technique teacher who wishes to make movement easier for everyone. After suffering from numerous musical injuries, he now aims at helping others avoid the downfalls of habitual and harmful movement and posture. By applying the Alexander Technique one can learn to avoid injuries, extend careers and increase overall levels of performance and expression. Joe has a studio space at Simply Well in Carlisle, runs workshops at multiple regional universities and is an Integrative Medicine Expert with UPMC.  www.atjoeschaefer.com

$10 to attend the general workshop

$15 to add the 15-minute individual session to the workshop attendance

**CVSM faculty and local school district music teachers are FREE for the general workshop. Please contact Valerie directly to get your name on the participation list, since it is not an option on the website.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Seasoned Musicians Ages 50+

Beginners & Younger Participants Welcomed

New Horizons Choir (for singers age 50 and older)

FREE

Tuesdays & Thursdays 1/28-5/7 @ 11:00-12:15 PM

Location: Thomson Chapel

Instructor: Lisa Turchi

Through a partnership with Wilson College, mature singers are invited to join the Wilson Choir, which functions as a chapel and concert group performing at various Wilson functions. Come as you are, and learn to appreciate the instrument you already own, no matter whether you are a beginner or veteran vocalist. (Limited spots available.)

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

New Horizons String Orchestra (Ages 50 and older)

$25

14 Sessions

Wednesdays 2/5-4/29 (off 4/8) @ 1:00-2:00 PM

Location: First United Methodist Church

Instructor: Deb Stotelmyer

Did you play an instrument in school, but haven’t picked it up since? Do you have a string instrument sitting in a closet somewhere that you can’t bear to get rid of? Are you wishing you could play again for fun, for a social activity, with no pressure to compete or be perfect? Then, this group is for you! Everyone is welcome, no matter what ability you might have. The level of the group will be determined by the membership. Let’s have fun making music together!

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

New Horizons Band (for musicians age 50 and older)

$25

17 Sessions

Thursdays 1/23-5/21 (off 4/9) @ 1:00-2:00 PM

Location: First United Methodist Church

Instructor: Pat McNamee

Play your band instrument in a supportive ensemble, even if you are returning to your instrument after many silent years! This group performs level 2 and 3 music.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

New Horizons Beginning Band (Ages 50 and older)

$25

17 Sessions

Thursdays 1/23-5/21 (off 4/9) @ 12:00-12:45 PM

Location: First United Methodist Church

Instructor: Pat McNamee

The perfect ensemble to learn to play a band (woodwind, brass, or percussion) instrument, or brush up on your playing skills. No prior music experience required, although the student must provide instrument and music stand. This group performs beginning level music, up to level 1.5.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

CVSM Paint-Fun Day (all ages)

$30

Sunday, March 22 @ 2:00-4:00 PM

Location: Jan  Zell Wines, 251 Grant St. Chambersburg, PA

Instructor: Tarryne West

“Not your average painting party! In support of the Cumberland Music School, this class is designed to help you explore your creative spark through the idea of seeing music as color.

Join our instructor Tarryne West as she leads you through an exploration of how music and emotion provide the perfect inspiration for exciting abstract painting. You’ll be guided step by step through creating your own masterpiece and learn how to tap into your unique creative process.

Each participant will create a 16 x 20 painting using acrylic paint and canvas board. No painting experience is required and all materials are supplied but we suggest you don’t wear new clothes just in case you get messy in your creative exploration!”

Participants under 21 must be accompanied by adult 25 or older; chaperones do not need to participate or pay to be present. Only 21+ will be able to purchase wine or cider.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Music and the Alexander Technique (all ages)

Saturday, February 15 @ 10:00-11:30 AM

Location: Thompson Hall

Instructor: Joe Schaefer

To be your best musician, singer or dancer you must begin by addressing not only your instrument but yourself. This workshop will look at how the Alexander Technique has been helping performing artists for over 100 years avoid injuries, extend careers and increase overall levels of performance and expression. This is all possible through movement re-education.  Group, partner and individual movement etudes will encourage making music a whole-body experience. Come explore and become aware of habits that may be detrimental to your art form, holding you back from achieving your best!  (Please bring instruments, voices and any other form of expression with you to explore with the Alexander Technique.)

Private individual Alexander lessons with Joe will be offered in the afternoon after the general workshop. Participants can feel free to bring their instrument or art form of choice along with them. Our registrar will contact you after you register for the general workshop to set up a specific lesson time.

Joe Schaefer is an AmSAT-certified Alexander Technique teacher who wishes to make movement easier for everyone. After suffering from numerous musical injuries, he now aims at helping others avoid the downfalls of habitual and harmful movement and posture. By applying the Alexander Technique one can learn to avoid injuries, extend careers and increase overall levels of performance and expression. Joe has a studio space at Simply Well in Carlisle, runs workshops at multiple regional universities and is an Integrative Medicine Expert with UPMC.  www.atjoeschaefer.com

$10 to attend the general workshop

$15 to add the 15-minute individual session to the workshop attendance

**CVSM faculty and local school district music teachers are FREE for the general workshop. Please contact Valerie directly to get your name on the participation list, since it is not an option on the website.

TO REGISTER: Click here or call us at 717-261-1220 opt. 1

Community Ensembles (All Ages)

CVSM Community Symphonic Band (all ages)

FREE

The CVSM community band is open to all players who want to come together to make music. Performance pieces are level III and IV and range from traditional to popular music. This band is perfect for musicians who enjoy performing with an ensemble but are looking for a limited time commitment. All rehearsals are held in the Chambersburg Area High School band room.

Director: Tim Gotwald

Upcoming Performances: IceFest Concert on Feb. 1 @ 3:00 PM ~ AND/OR ~ Memorial Day Concert on May 25 @ 7:00 PM

January Rehearsals for IceFest Performance:
Sun., 1/12 @ 2:00-4:00 PM
Sun., 1/19 @ 2:00-4:00 PM
Sun., 1/26 @ 2:00-4:00 PM

May Rehearsals for Memorial Day Performance:
Sun., 5/10 @ 2:00- 4:00 PM
Sun., 5/17 @ 2:00- 4:00 PM
Sun., 5/24 @ 2:00- 4:00 PM

Fill out this form or email heather@cvsmusic.org to confirm your participation.

CVSM Community String Orchestra (all ages)

FREE

We invite string players of all ages to join us in our passion to create great music! This ensemble is open to violin, viola, cello and string bass performers who are comfortable playing in the 3rd position (1st violin to 5th). The spring concert will be on March 31.

Director: Herm Hopple

Spring Rehearsals:
Feb. 25 7:00-8:45 PM in Thomson Chapel
March 3 7:00-8:45 PM in Laird Hall
March 10 7:00-8:45 PM in Laird Hall
March 17 7:00-8:45 PM in Laird Hall
March 24 7:00-8:45 PM in Laird Hall

Performance:
Tuesday, March 31 @ 7:00 PM in Laird Hall

Fill out this form or email heather@cvsmusic.org to confirm your participation.