A joint venture of the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra and Valdosta State University’s Department of Music, the South Georgia String Project (SGSP) is a low-cost, after-school string music program for children ages 8 and up and adults. It incorporates both group and private lessons taught by the university’s music faculty and students, as well as mentoring by select VSU undergraduate and graduate music students. Group classes begin every September and January; private lessons are offered year-round. The SGSP was started in 1993. The American String Teacher Association named the SGSP the 2011 National String Project of the Year. Visit ww2.valdosta.edu/sgsp, send an email to sgsp@valdostasymphony.org, or call (229) 219-1269 to learn more.

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