Exciting things are happening in the area of string studies at Texas Tech University. A distinguished and experienced faculty of artist-teachers has been assembled, each of whom is committed to the highest professional standards in solo and chamber performance, education, and orchestral studies.
String performance studies at the School of Music emphasize preparation for careers in professional orchestra, chamber music, and solo engagements. Students from across Texas, the United States, and abroad choose Texas Tech for the artistic and pedagogical strength of its faculty as well as its performance opportunities.
|Annie Chalex Boyle, Violin||John Gilbert, Violin||Katrin Meidell, Viola||Jeffrey Lastrapes, Cello|
Music education and training of string teachers is a traditional strength of the School of Music. One of only 23 institutions nationwide with full-time string education faculty and programs, Texas Tech has many highly successful string educators currently teaching in public and private schools. At the center of the string education program is the Texas Tech String Project. More information about this exciting program can be found here.
|Annie Chalex Boyle||Violin|
|John Haspel Gilbert||Violin|
|Bruce Wood||String Music Education|