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CELLO FUN was created by 28 young cellists from 7 cello teachers playing pieces from Books 1-7 at the SMAC-SANC Cello Play-In, on October 26, 2019, at San Jose State University. 

The teachers and students came from Gilroy to Berkeley to play together.

We hope more young cellists join us next year to create that beautiful cello sound.

Please enjoy pictures included.

The Annual South Bay Play-In featured 55 young violinists from 8 studios.

We all had a great time playing pieces from books 1-8 in the Music Building Auditorium at San Jose State University.

We hope more children join in the fun next year!!!

The Play-In is a wonderful opportunity to review  pieces and to create  a beautiful sound together with other young violinists.

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2018 Peninsula Play In

The Annual Peninsula Cello Play-In and the South Bay Violin Play-In were held October 27, 2018, at San Jose State University. There were 27 young cellists of seven different teachers from Oakland to Gilroy created a beautiful sound playing many pieces through Book 8! The Violin Play-In featured 63 young violinists + two Pre-Twinklers of nine mostly South-Bay teachers. They had a lovely time playing pieces into Book 7. Both events were very fun for all involved and were an inspiration for all the students and teachers participating.

     

     

Click here for more photos from the 2018 Play In!

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