Congratulations!Festival Winners Announced

The second annual Solo String Festival took place April 9-11, 2021 where 40+ middle and high school violinists and violists from South King County performed and competed for prizes at Seattle Symphony’s Benaroya Hall. Thea Weinbeck (senior competitive division) and Henry Williams (junior competitive division) took home first place, which included college scholarships and an opportunity to perform LIVE on Classical King FM 98.1. About two dozen students received special recognition awards and prizes including music gift certificates and supplies. To read more, click here.

We anticipate another wonderful festival weekend April X-X, 2022. Be sure to save the date and start practicing now!

2021 Solo String Festival Winners – Senior Division
2021 Solo String Festival Winners – Junior Division

For immediate release

Contact: Dr. Quinton Morris, Executive Director and Founder
(425) 243-3597
[email protected]

 

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