|September 10th, 2019 - May 5th, 2020|
3rd - 8th
Tue/Fri from 4-6 pm
$200 Tuition is for the entire year.
Registration is “first-come, first served” until all spaces are filled
Late Registration After:
September 1st, 2019
(Contact us to ensure availability of space.)
Parking: UTSA Visitor Parking Permit (valid for unmarked spaces during the school year)". Can be purchased during registration for $30.
|REGISTER||UTSA String Project|
The UTSA String project provides university music education majors the opportunity to develop skills needed to become successful artist teachers. Of course, a primary benefit of the String Project is to offer beginning through advanced level music instruction to community students at both the Main and Downtown UTSA campuses on string instruments and classical guitar.
Because of the extraordinarily low tuition cost (about 4 dollars per class), the String Project does not usually offer scholarships. If you wish to apply for some financial assistance, please contact us. However, your child’s registration will not be processed until the week of September 11. Families will be notified by email if assistance is possible.
(Classes meet Tuesdays and Fridays from 4:00 to 6:00pm in the UTSA Music Building)
Beginning Strings – 4:00pm / Beginning Guitar – 4:00pm / Level 2 Strings – 4:00pm
Advanced Strings – 5:00pm / Advanced Guitar – 5:00pm
Registration opens at: JUNE 1, 2019
Tuesday, September 10 - 5:00pm UTSA Recital Hall
String Project Convocation for All New and Returning Students, Parents, and Faculty
Friday, November 22 - 4:00pm reh / Concert at 5:30pm Recital Hall
String Project Rehearsal and Holiday Concert (Last Class of the Fall Semester)
Tuesday, January 28, 2019 - 4:00 & 5:00pm
String Project Classes Resume for Spring Semester
Friday, February 14
NO STRING PROJECT CLASSES: TMEA Conference
NO STRING PROJECT CLASSES: Spring Break
Friday, April 10
NO STRING PROJECT CLASSES: Good Friday Holiday
Tuesday, May 5 - 4:00pm reh / Concert at 5:30pm Recital Hall
String Project Grand Finale Rehearsal and Concert (Last Class of the Spring Semester)