Key to Change presents its annual Solo String Festival for middle and high school violin and viola middle and high school students who live and attend school in South King County. Students who participate in their respective school orchestra programs, local youth symphony orchestra programs, and/or take private lessons with a studio teacher in South King County are all eligible. Students living in South King County who do not participate in any of the aforementioned are also eligible. All students who are currently enrolled in Key to Change are eligible to participate in the Solo String Festival.
Student participants will participate in masterclasses with Tami Lee Hughes, LaTannia Ellerbe, and Robert Simonds.
Judges include Robert Simonds, Jason Amos, Paula Nava Madrigal, and Anthony Spain.
United Negro College Fund is a community partner of Key to Change.
LEARN MORE OR SIGN UP ON OUR SOLO STRING FESTIVAL PAGE (THE PAGE WILL GO LIVE IN NOVEMBER)