Cairn University’s School of Music is presenting its annual String Day on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Students in grades 7 to 12 will be divided into chamber ensemble groups to practice repertoire under faculty instruction. After watching a short faculty recital, the chamber ensembles will also perform what they have learned.
String Day participants will learn under the instruction of Cairn University string faculty, including Natalie DaSilva (violin), Erik Jones (cello) and Hannah Pak (viola).
The event takes place at Holmes Hall, on the campus at 200 Manor Ave. in Langhorne. Registration is $10 per student, but string teachers are welcome to attend free of charge to connect with other teachers and musicians. Register by Nov. 5 at cairn.edu/string-day.