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The Festival

The Linda Luebke Strings Festival provides an extra opportunity for students to expand their musical knowledge.  From the time students arrive to this two-day festival they are immersed in music education activities with the goal of helping them to improve their overall musicianship.  

Some of the activities are:

•Small ensemble experience

•Sectionals rehearsals

•Enrichment activities such as composition or group dynamics

•Music theory

•Training on technique


Although we are serious about our curriculum with the students, the atmosphere is relaxed and full of fun.

On Saturday night all students attend the Indiana State University Symphony Orchestra concert.  The advanced ensemble will have an opportunity to perform with the ISU orchestra in a side-by-side.  Parents are invited to attend. 

Sunday, the festival culminates with an informal recital for family and friends.

During the festival students receive snacks, lunch both days, and dinner on Saturday night.  All students get a Linda Luebke Strings Festival tee shirt. 

The festival is open to all strings student in grades 5-12, regardless of playing level.  Most of our 5th graders are learning to play their instrument for the first time.  Exceptions can be made for younger students on a case-by-case basis.