Cultural Art Strings
Cultural Art Strings was founded in 2012 by Aileen and Robert Rohwer as a division of Riverfolk Music and Arts to provide a voice to youth through string music education. Partnering with area churches, the program launched as a summer day camp to introduce violin, viola, cello, bass and a few years later, guitar. The program now runs year round with private lessons, group ensemble classes and community outreach. The program is open to all students ages 5-18 with a willingness to learn music.
Ages 5 - 12
A music and arts enrichment day camp for youth. Serving Beginner and Intermediate students of string instruments: violin, viola, cello, bass and guitar. Curriculum includes small group classes, large group classes, chamber music, and choices in visual arts, theatre arts, literary arts, and movement.
Ages 13 - adults
A camp designed to provide a fun social learning environment! All instruments and skill levels are welcome. Topics covered throughout the week include improvisation, tune learning, how to play in a band, applied music theory and much more. A strong emphasis is placed on collaboration with fellow attendees and camp faculty culminating in a final performance!