For high achievement in violin, viola and cello performance

2022 String Quartets

A Winter String Quartet Program will start in mid-February and run through end of March (6 weeks).   Students of all levels are invited to participate and will be assigned to a string quartet based on their Book Level.   In-person classes will be held Sunday aftern
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Awards/Competitions

Our students continue to be very active entering local, regional, and international string competitions.  We encourage all students to enter competitions throughout the year.  Please inform your teacher and/or notify the Director, Paul Manulik, if you would like your child to enter a
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New Teacher

We welcome our newest teacher, Cassandra Moore Lyons to Princeton String Academy.   Cassandra started with us this past September and already has a loyal following of students, who are delighted with her warm, friendly and effective teaching manner, especially with young beginning stu
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Update on In-Person Lessons

As of September, 2021, Princeton String Academy conducts most lessons in-person.  On-line lessons are also available.  In-person lessons are taught by fully vaccinated faculty, and face masks and social distancing are observed.   
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Master Clinician Instruction/Review

Starting this spring, Princeton String Academy will offer a Master Clinician Instruction/Review program for advanced students. The Master Clinician will be a current member of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Students in Books 3 or higher who are taking 45 minute or longer lessons qualify
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Suzuki Music Education Alive in Haiti– with Haitian Flavor

Paul Manulik, Director, Princeton String Academy, and his wife Lindsay Diehl, just returned from a 2-week volunteer stint at the CEMUCHCA Music Camp in Cap Haitian, Haiti, where they report Suzuki music education is alive and well but with a delightful Haitian flavor – a flavor of com
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