partner of Oberlin Center for the Arts
Whether you are looking for one last blast of summer fun or a kick start to the new school year, NOYO’s Summer Symphony has a place for you! Come join the fun and the challenge as you sharpen your playing skills, expand your listening skills, and explore different types of music with friends old and new! Beginning and intermediate string players are welcome.
Registration deadline: May 15
"Summer Symphony is a great way for the kids to transition from taking a break from school and music to getting ready to return. We knew it was going to be a great week for her but we were blown away by the end of week show. Wow! We are so lucky to have this organization in our area!"
"NOYO Summer Symphony program provided my child the opportunity to train under world class musicians. She learned techniques that she would not learn in her regular school string program. I highly recommend this camp to all aspiring string musicians."
"Summer Symphony has become something our child looks forward to being a part of every year. The progress the musicians make is impressive, and the ensemble work really seems to bring out their best musicality and teamwork. I can only imagine how much work goes into organizing this camp, which speaks to the tremendous dedication and professionalism of the really cool people make up the staff!"
|When & Where
9:00am - 3:45pm
Jul 14, 2024 - Jul 19, 2024
Amati Strings conductor Katie Holaway currently teaches orchestra for the Avon Local School District and has previously held teaching positions throughout Ohio, South Carolina, and Alabama. Mrs. Holaway is dedicated to fostering within her students a lifelong love and appreciation for the arts. Mrs. Holaway holds a B.M. and a M.M. degree in Cello Performance from the University of Alabama as well as a M.A.T. degree in Music Education from the University of South Carolina.
NOYO Sinfonietta Strings conductor Peggie O’Neal Willett is retired Director of Middle Orchestras for Avon Local Schools. She has taught strings in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas. She brings to the classroom and podium a wealth of experience gained from her work as an orchestra director, teacher, adjudicator, clinician and conductor. Mrs. Willett holds a Bachelor of Music Education from Baldwin Wallace University and a Master of Music Education from West Chester University.
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