Four String Festival
with the Fry Street Quartet
We are delighted to present the Fry Street Quartet as clinicians at the Utah Philharmonic Orchestra Four String Festival.
We invite students from ages 3 to college who play violin, viola, cello and bass to participate in the festival and concert. Spots are limited and will be filled on a first come first served basis.
If you play an orchestra instrument with four strings, you don’t want to miss this chance to learn new techniques, make new friends, and participate in a day of sectionals, group ensemble classes, master classes, lunch, and an early afternoon performance. You will want to have your favorite musician mentor autograph your program after the Festival Concert or Saturday evening Fry Street Quartet performance. To work with an internationally known teacher is an opportunity of a lifetime and you won’t want to miss at this great price. Register today for this fantastic opportunity!
Tuition of $10 per student pays for festival, afternoon, and evening concerts.
Optional Lunch: $8:00; Family members may also purchase lunch.
Denisse Vallecillos, Festival Administrator
Denisse Vallecillos, Associate Conductor, currently teaches strings at the Waterford School and at Saint Andrew Catholic School. Her goal for her students is to develop their passion and love for music, the arts, and performing. Denisse joined the Utah Philharmonic Orchestra in October 2015 as Associate Conductor and continues to perform regularly with UPO as a violinist.
For tuition waivers call 888-239-6237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may request a paper registration form to mail with a check by calling 888-239-6237 or emailing email@example.com.
Please Note: The Utah Philharmonic Orchestra strives to make their events and concerts accessible to all. If you have special accommodation requests, please contact us at 888-239-6237 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Utah Philharmonic Orchestra does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, or ethnicity in any programs it administers.