Jennings Presents Session at American String Teachers Association National Conference

Posted on 3/13/2019 9:50:06 AM
Linda Jennings and session members

The session at the American String Teachers Association national conference included (from left) Laurie Scott (UT Austin), Linda Jennings (IUP), Christy Crookall (Augusta University), Shu-Yi Scott (studio teacher, Austin, Texas), Benjamin Whitcomb (UW–Whitewater), Tomasz Rzeczycki (Princeton Day School), Karen Becker (University of Nebraska–Lincoln), and Elaine Colprit (Bowling Green State University).

IUP Music faculty member Linda Jennings served as co-presenter at the National Conference for the American String Teachers Association on March 7, 2019, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

In the session “Phyllis Young, Playing the String Game—the Unwritten Chapters,” Jennings discussed how the contributions of internationally recognized string pedagogue Phyllis Young continue to influence music education today.

The IUP String Project carries on Phyllis Young’s legacy of mentoring string music educators.

Department of Music