Arkansas State University’s String Program was awarded the distinction of being named a new String Project site by the National String Project Consortium. We are the first and only String Project site in the state of Arkansas! Open to K-12 students who are interested in learning a stringed instrument, we offer weekly group lessons led by highly trained A-State string students at minimal cost. All A-State String Project students automatically gain membership into the A-State Youth Orchestra.
Interested in joining A-State String Project? Please fill out the form below.
A-State String Project Inquiry Form
String students at Arkansas State University can serve as A-State String Project teachers after vigorous teacher training. If you are interested in becoming an A-State String Project teacher, please contact our director, Dr. Chi Young Song (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information about the A-State String Project and our National String Project Consortium Grant click here!
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