UMass Lowell will resume on-campus instruction, research and campus life for Fall 2020. View the plan for more info.
The UMass Lowell String Project is a vanguard music education and community engagement initiative housed in the Department of Music that provides music instruction to K-12 students from the Merrimack Valley. While learning to play string instruments, students discover how music can build positive relationships with their peers and within the community.
The String Project is a member of the National String Project Consortium, which is composed of over 40 other String Projects located at major universities around the country.
Founded in 2001, the UMass Lowell String Project continues to play an integral role in our region. We primarily provide high-quality string instrument instruction and creative music classes to Lowell Public School students. Secondly, we encourage students to cultivate a lifelong love of the performing arts. Third, students experience firsthand how music builds positive relationships with peers and the community. Finally, the String Project offers University students the opportunity to become effective music educators while equipping them with the necessary experience and skills required of community leaders.
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