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Upcoming Webinars

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Thursday, May 26, 2022
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

ASTA Certificate Advancement Program for String Studios: How to Get the Most Out of the ASTACAP Program for You and Your Students

Join us for a webinar on ASTACAP to learn about this amazing program to develop your students. ASTACAP is offered online and in person to meet the needs of your studios. Interested in starting an ASTACAP program in your area? You will also learn about developing this national exam program that strengthens performance and sight-reading skills for the students in your studio. The program is a great incentive for young musicians. We will discuss both the virtual and in-person exams.

Presenter:
Colleen Tan

ASTACAP Committee Chair and
Director of Orchestras, Canterbury School



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Registration is required. Once you register, a Zoom link will be emailed to you. Registration closes 30 minutes prior to the webinar. A webinar recording will be available for ASTA members.


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