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Registration now open for After-School Strings programs

The After-School Strings programs of the Salisbury Symphony will begin classes on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Registration for the classes is now open.

After-School Strings classes are for ages 8 and up and are held at North Rowan Elementary on Tuesday and Thursday, Isenberg Elementary on Monday and Thursday and Landis Elementary on Monday and Wednesday. Class times for North Rowan Elementary and Isenberg Elementary are 4:15 and 5:05 p.m. Classes at Landis Elementary are 4 and 5:50 p.m. These classes are open to any student regardless of school assignment.

Suzuki classes are designed for ages 4-7 and will be held at Shiloh United Methodist Church on Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. beginning Sept. 12.

The program’s teaching staff is Karen Franks, North Rowan Elementary; Molly Trexler, Isenberg Elementary; Faith Alessio Foster, Landis Elementary and Marguerite Keller, Suzuki Saturday at Shiloh UMC and Rowan Youth Orchestra.

Teaching assistants are needed for this program. Assistants need to be able to read music and have a desire to work with children. Interested individuals should contact Nancy Barrow.

For more information on the Suzuki and the After-School Strings program, contact Nancy Barrow, education director at 704-637-4730 or ncbarrow15@catawba.edu

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