The Strolling Strings have been doing an annual Music Trivia Night event filled with live music, trivia, and fun for the past 8 years. As we all know, 2020 put an end to all that for awhile. However, the Strollers continued to rehearse and be creative, and they found a way to share that creativity, keep the music trivia idea alive, and help out fellow student musicians at the same time!
About The Game
At least once a week, we will make a new round live and available for all to play. Each round will contain about 5 short videos of a student (or group of students) performing a song with a trivia question related to each one. Each game will have its own theme.
While many students performed these songs using the instruments they play in Strolling Strings, these talented students also use amazing artwork, vocals, and many other instruments throughout the rounds.
Ready to play? Go to our Games Page.
About the Group
Strolling Strings is made up of 20+ students who either play violin, viola, cello, bass or electric guitar, or drums. Don't expect to hear classical music by this group, though. These games (and their regular performances) run the gamut from covers of current hits to Celtic fiddle music. All the songs in these games were chosen, arranged, and performed by the students themselves. Learn more about Strolling Strings.
How does the game work?
Each round is a scored survey. After you enter your player or team name, you watch each video and answer the corresponding question! When you are done, click "Submit Game"! Easy, fun, and entertaining!
You can play the previous week's rounds at any time; however, the Leaderboard will not be updated after the round has been live for a week.
When will the rounds be ready?
Sign up to receive notifications when the next round becomes available or click here to go to the list of round links.
Do I win anything?
You can win bragging rights! We will display a Leaderboard that we update weekly with your Player/Team score.
Is this really free?
Yes! We can all use something to perk us up during this time. You can, however, choose to donate to help The Sheldon Foundation distribute instruments to local students and organizations in need through their Music for Lifelong Achievement program. There are links to donate at the end of each game. Or you can donate here.