Da CAPO Youth Program

Since taking over a small private orchestra program for youth, I've expanded the repertoire and the original philosophy.  I'm excited to announce that this coming school year I'll be launching the class with this updated philosophy and with a new name:  the Da CAPO Youth Program.  This stands for the "Collaborative Artist's Progressive Orchestra."  The overall philosophy is to collaborate together to create better music and better artistic experiences.

You can check out the new Da CAPO page at the following address:

Da CAPO Resources Wix Page

You can also check out the resources for the class at the following address:

Da CAPO Resources Blog Page (Most Updated)

I'm very excited for the changes that are coming this school year!  More chances to work with local music students and art students in general, as well as professional musicians, dancers, etc.  We'll be starting an program branch in Bountiful when we receive enough enrollment in the class.  We'll also be trying a new pilot program in Park City at the Utah Conservatory for more beginning and for younger students:  the Da CAPO Primer.

The goal for this class is to teach students more about playing within an orchestra setting, and to give young kids the chance to play in a group with and be tutored by older and more experienced students. The older students will have the chance to learn how to lead and teach, and will become role models and mentors which the students can look up to.

As part of the launch of this class, I wanted to present some of the different materials that will be used to help students progress in their playing skills.  Below are a few different materials that will be used for the Primer class:






I'm excited to keep putting together the original curriculum for this unique class for younger string students!  Keep up on the progress for the class on our Facebook page (name change pending), on this blog, and on the Rohwer Music Studios wix site Under "Da CAPO".

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