September 6, 2005 > String Day
by John Fisher
You may play in the string section, or eat string cheese, or study string theory, but to participate in "String Day" you need to be at 3375 Country Drive, Fremont at the Fremont Youth Symphony office on Saturday, September 10 between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. located behind Washington High School in Fremont.
If you are interested in playing the Violin, Cello, or Viola, String Day is a wonderful opportunity to obtain all the information necessary. It's like an open house, with instruments on display. You can see and touch instruments, ask questions and receive answers. You can speak with knowledgeable musicians and instructors to determine your preference.
One size does not fit all; therefore future musicians should be fitted to an instrument of their choice. You may learn about programs for musical instruction and requirements for participation in the Youth Symphony. Help will be available on how and where to rent or purchase instruments.
This event is free to the public. Refreshments and balloons will be provided. If you've ever thought about playing, or want your children to learn "strings," don't miss this chance to view your options.
String Day is sponsored by The Fremont Youth Symphony and Allegro Music.
Saturday, September 10
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
3375 Country Drive, Fremont