National String Instrument Repair Clinics
For violins, violas, cellos, fretted instruments, bows: July 27-31, 2013
For lever and pedal harps: July 29-31, 2013
University of Wisconsin–Madison Continuing Studies and School of Music in cooperation with The American String Teachers Association is pleased to sponsor the 2013 National String Instrument Repair Clinics. These intensive clinics provide hands-on experiences for those interested in learning to repair and maintain string instruments. Participants work on their own projects under the guidance of skilled specialists.
When: July 27-31, 2013
Where: Ogg Hall, UW-Madison campus. Map»
String instrument program: Violins, violas, cellos; bows; fretted instruments. Details»
Harp program: Lever harp maintenance; pedal harp maintenance. Details»
Faculty: Five skilled specialists. Bios»
Registration: Limited to 15 per track.
Fees: $140-$495 until May 1; up to $550 afterward. Details»
For more than 30 years, the National String Instrument Repair Clinics have provided hands-on experiences for those interested in learning more about string instrument repair. The Clinics offer excellent instruction in the repair of violins, violas, and cellos; bow repair; fretted instruments; and lever and pedal harp maintenance.
The setting for all classes—as well as lodging for those desiring housing during the Clinics—is Ogg Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Ogg Hall is just a few blocks away from Madison’s famous State Street, Downtown Madison, and the central UW-Madison campus.
Participants will be accepted in the order of registrations received (limited to 15 per track). If you prefer to register by mail, download our registration form, fill it out, and mail with payment to the address printed on the form. If you have questions or need additional information, email Sue Sawatske or call her at 608-263-6670.