BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Next week is going to be a very exciting week for nearly 70 students from throughout Palm Beach County. They will be spending time at Lynn University, home to the Nat King Cole Generation Hope Summer Strings at Lynn. It’s a summer camp that provides elementary students without means the opportunity to receive high-quality string instruction through intensive small ensemble and private lessons.
The week-long camp will culminate in a concert to be performed in the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center. Timolin and Casey Cole will attend to present certificates to the students.
If you are interested in attending, admission is free and it is open to the public. The center is located on Lynn University’s campus at 3601 North Military Trail in Boca. Call 561-237-700 if you have questions.
According to Lynn:
Nat King Cole Generation Hope, Inc., the School District of Palm Beach County and Lynn University Conservatory of Music are working together to make this week-long event happen with the Cole foundation funding the cost of running the camp, the school district providing transportation and lunches for the campers and the university donating the space.
The students will receive small group section instruction and private lessons with Lynn’s conservatory students serving as their mentors.
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