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Spring String Classes are HERE! 

IEF Spring String Classes

a performance ensemble for students with at least 1-year playing experience. Students participate in weekly rehearsals as well as monthly masterclasses and workshops that build and develop their leadership skills

All Inner Ear Program students will:

  • Take private or group violin or viola lessons

  • Learn from an energetic and relatable

  • Join our diverse community of passionate and talented string students

  • Participate in master classes taught by guest artists

  • Learn various styles of music

  • Perform in quarterly recitals

  • Take virtual classes twice a week in a supportive and healthy student environment

  • Guaranteed results in weeks!

  • Join our diverse community of passionate and talented string students

  • Become a more confident and successful student

Orchestra Policy


  • The Inner Ear Youth Orchestra Program is not responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged belongings.

  • We work hard to create safe spaces for lessons and performances. In the event that something bad happens, we promise to provide support to our students to the best of our ability.


In order to create and maintain a safe, positive learning environment for all children, we are committed to putting these measures in place:

  • During all private music lessons, the instructor will teach in a room with the door open.

  • Parents are always welcome to stay in a waiting area within earshot of a private lesson. If they find it necessary, a parent may check the open door at any time without disturbing the lesson.

  • Bullying or fighting between students will not be tolerated.


We strive to keep our costs at a minimum, however, over the course of the session students may need to spend additional money on the following tools and accessories:

  • Sheet music or music books

  • Music Stand

  • Strings

  • Recital clothing

  • Metronome

  • Notebook

  • Pencils


Important announcements will be communicated with students and parents via email. It is expected that students and parents will check their email regularly for updates regarding recital dates and details, snow-day closings, schedule changes, and other lesson details. In the case of an emergency or last-minute schedule change, students and parents may be notified by phone.

Parents and students are encouraged to contact the instructor by phone, email, or in-person if they have any questions or concerns with lessons or scheduling.

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