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Violins needed for Credo alum starting violin school in Senegal

Credo Alumna Anna Wolle ('12, '15) will move to Senegal (in West Africa) this summer to launch Teranga Strings , a project that will begin with a free summer violin program for forty children in Dakar, the capital of Senegal. The children will hail from two existing non-profit organizations: L’Empire des Enfants, which houses sixty formerly indentured servants, and SOS Village d’Enfants, which houses over one hundred orphans.

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Credo Partners with Oberlin Conservatory for Hurricane-Relief Mission Trips

This month a group of 14 students from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music will spend two weeks of intensive chamber music study in Oberlin before heading to Beaumont, Texas and Puerto Rico to serve the communities affected by the devastating hurricanes. They will bring not only music but willing and able hands to help with whatever is needed. The project is a joint effort of Credo Music and the Oberlin Conservatory of Music.

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Credo's 2018 Summer Program Application is Now Open!

We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting online applications for our 2018 summer programs.

Credo's programming is intentionally built upon our mission statement "Develop the Gift, Acknowledge the SourceRespond in Service". Our educational programs go beyond technical development, encouraging students to pursue personal excellence on par with their pursuit of instrument mastery. 

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Credo 2017: In Their Own Words

Credo’s family grew this July, bringing into the fold the class of 2017. For those of you who have been to one of Credo’s summer programs, or who have had children or grandchildren attend, you know that something truly remarkable happens during those summer weeks. Deep, meaningful friendships are formed that last a lifetime. Game-changing musical breakthroughs happen everyday. Students encounter people and experiences that change the way they view the world and their place in it.

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