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Registration ends today for Salisbury Symphony Fiddle Camp

Wednesday is the deadline to register for the Salisbury Symphony’s Fiddle Camp. Fiddle Camp, a brand-new camp, will meet four times: July 7, 8, 10 and 11, from 10 a.m. to noon at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. Registration is $40.00, and class size is limited.
This camp is for beginners and others, age 10 and older. Beginners will learn a few of the most well-known tunes and some simple variations on them. Students will need some prior violin training, even at the beginning fiddle level. At a more advanced level, campers will explore various fiddle techniques and learn some basics for playing back-up fiddle; a $20 book is needed for this level. The teacher is Marguerite Keller, professional musician and teacher. Scholarships are available.
Contact Susan Trivette, education director for the Salisbury-Rowan Symphony Society, at 704-637-4730 or strivett@catawba.edu.

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