The Robla Strings Program is a program through the California State University Sacramento (CSUS) Strings Program that provides carefully structured group lessons in violin and cello for Robla School District students in the fourth grade and up. The lessons are taught by the dedicated and talented CSUS School of Music undergraduate and graduate teachers and supervised by experienced teachers.
Last year, the Robla School District, purchased 30 violins and 10 cellos for student use while in the program.
Cindi Lyon and Karen Brown oversee the Robla Strings Program. If you have questions about the program, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Robla Strings Program is generously supported by the Robla Education Foundation
Strings 2017 - 2018
Do you have a child in 4th through 6th grade that wants to learn to play a string instrument? The Robla Strings Project is now accepting applications for the upcoming Fall session.
For more information, check out the flyer and inquire at your school office. Applications are due by September 7th, so get yours in today!
Strings Program Dates - Spring 2017
The Strings program currently offers classes at different levels: beginners, intermediate and orchestra.
Intermediate and Orchestra student classes are held on Monday afternoons at CSUS Capistrano Hall on the 2nd floor from 4:45 PM - 5:35 PM during the Spring session. Parents are welcome and encouraged to observe class.
Saturday classes are held for all students at Main Avenue Elementary.
The Spring 2017 session concludes with a concert on May 15, 2017 at 7 PM at CSUS Capistrano Concert Hall.
Winter 2016 Concert
On Monday December 12, 2016, the annual Strings Winter Concert was held at CSUS Capistrano Concert Hall. The concert featured students from throughout the district performing on their violins and cellos.