KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Hundreds of students across Washington got the opportunity to make beautiful music and learn from world class instructors at Kennewick High School Friday morning.
Violinist, and music professor at the University of Louisville DR. Timothy Durbin put on a work-shop and several music clinics at the school for students who play string instruments like the cello, violin and viola.
Nine school orchestras from across Washington came to play and they all performed together.
"I think if we can teach our students through music to see beauty, understand beauty and experience beauty and create beauty, then we'll have a better world where we get along. And orchestra is a microcosm of society," said Durbin.
Other instructors from major universities were also on-hand for group and single sessions that go on until March 14th.