Group Instruction in Strings
The Philadelphia String Project at Temple University (PSP @ TU) serves 65-100 beginning young string players from the Philadelphia area in this weekly 3-year program incorporating group lessons and string ensembles. This program also serves as hands-on training for undergraduate music education students at Boyer College. Outside funding subsidizes the majority of the participation cost with families paying only a nominal fee.
Instruction takes place at Presser Hall on Temple University’s Main Campus on Saturday mornings. No audition is required.
Learn more about the Philadelphia Strings Project.
CMSP is supported in part by the Sheila Fortune Foundation and the Christopher Ludwick Foundation. The Philadelphia String Project at Temple University is supported in part by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) through the National String Project Consortium.
Temple University is considered an Educational Improvement Organization (EIO) under the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program. The EITC program provides state tax credits up to $750,000 on a first-come, first-served basis to eligible businesses that contribute to a qualified educational improvement organization, including the Community Music Scholars Program. For more information on taking advantage of Pennsylvania’s EITC program, please visit giving.temple.edu/EITC or contact Temple University Corporate and Foundation Relations at 215-926-2529.