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Summer Strings Camp finale

The final concert of the Salisbury Symphonyís Summer Strings Camp was Friday afternoon at St. Johnís Lutheran Church.

The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, with the help of Akzo Nobel and dozens of individual contributors, has been hosting its popular Summer Strings Camp this week. Over 60 campers registered for beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes on violin, viola, cello, or bass in the camp held at St. John’s Lutheran Church.

Akzo Nobel,( formerly National Starch & Chemical), has supported the Summer Strings Camp for many years, and over 40 individuals have donated over $2,500 to the Positive Notes Scholarship Fund.

The classes were led by Carter Bradley, Margaret Rehder, and Anne Sellitti, all professional musicians as well as teachers; two (Bradley and Sellitti) play regularly with the Salisbury Symphony. They were assisted by Karen Franks and Symphony Education Director Susan Trivette.

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