Video: ASU String Project

Produced by Kaard Bombe

The Arizona State String Project is a program that gives ASU music students the opportunity to teach real classes as a means of gaining real-world experience for future careers as music teachers.

Classes are held every Saturday morning, where kids from all over the valley attend music classes where they will learn everything from correct posture to new songs.

The program is led by Dr. Margaret Schmidt, an Associate Professor of String Music Education, alongside local teachers Linda Levy and Holly Schrade.


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