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string area in the School of Music serves those pursuing a music
major in violin, viola, cello, double bass, harp and guitar, as well as
those non-majors who aspire to continue their string studies through
college. Our ensembles, Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, and
Chamber Music ensembles, offer our majors, minors and non-majors
outstanding opportunities to improve their skills (participation is
determined by audition). Private lessons, a curriculum requirement for
String Majors and minors, are also available, by audition and when space
is available, to non-majors and Honors students. Students work with a
string faculty of nationally and internationally renowned artists, in
lesson and ensemble settings.
string area provides a broad and exciting range of opportunities for
string players, both aspiring professional musicians and educators, as
well as musicians who are non-majors. The UD Symphony Orchestra, a 70-80
member full orchestra, performs 4-6 concerts per year, preparing and
presenting major works of the symphonic literature. The UD Chamber
Orchestra is an elite smaller ensemble, presenting works for chamber
orchestra and serving as the ensemble for UD’s Opera Theatre
productions. Ample chamber music opportunities exist, with groups
learning masterworks of chamber music (string quartet, piano trio,
guitar ensemble, etc.), including weekly coaching with artist
faculty. Every two years, as a result of a rigorous audition process, a
Graduate String Quartet is appointed to perform and serve as graduate
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Dave Bozenhard, jazz guitar
Miles Brown, jazz bass
Guillaume Combet, violin
Xiang Gao, violin
Elias Goldstein, viola
Elicia Silverstein, violin
Lawrence Stomberg, cello