Calling All Amateur Chamber Music Players (Strings, that is): 4th Annual Springs Strings in the Wallowas, April 23-26, 2010 in Northeastern Oregon!

Wallowa Valley Music Alliance Spring Strings in the Wallowas at Oregon bed and breakfasts in Enterprise and Joseph Oregon
Are you a classical string musician?  Play violin, viola or cello?  We want you for the 4th Annual Springs Strings in the Wallowas!

This event, co-hosted by the Wallowa Valley Music Alliance and Wallowa County Oregon bed and breakfasts, is definitely an authentic Oregon experience.   Chamber music was designed to be played in salons and homes.   Every Friday to Monday of the last weekend in April, the bed and breakfast accommodations in Wallowa County welcome string musicians into their parlors and other public rooms for a weekend of musical cameraderie.

The event is an Oregon culinary vacation as well, featuring delicious catered meals prepared with local ingredients by local chefs.

Here's how it works:
1.  Visit the Wallowa Valley Music Alliance website's page for Spring Strings in the Wallowas and register online or print down your registration form and mail it in.
2.  Select the bed & breakfast of your choice and make your reservation.  Each B&B in Wallowa County is a unique bed and breakfast experience, so you'll want to visit the websites to choose the one that's right for you.
3.  Pack your instrument, stand, all that chamber music, and drive or carpool out to Northeastern Oregon for an interactive weekend of chamber music fun!

Professional violinists Lisa Robertson and Daniel Perry are returning as this year's player-coaches.

Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild member inns Belle Pepper's Bed & Breakfast and the Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast are two of the many B&Bs available for this event.  Make you plans and give a call--we're all waiting to hear from you and look forward to seeing you in our parlors!

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