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The String Project

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We know it’s getting harder and harder to get a music education because of cuts and funding, but Marywood is one of several universities across the U.S. participating in the National String Project Consortium. It’s an after-school, string program for students ages 5-18.  

Stay Tuned The String Project Training teachers and providing affordable string education to children in our area

 

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