Weekend Suzuki Workshops
MINI-WORKSHOP: SUNDAY AFTERNOON MASTERCLASS!
Sunday, November 6, 2022, 3:00-5:00PM Eastern Time ONLINE
Violin, Viola and Piano students in Books 1-6 from any location are welcome. Early Bird pricing $29 per child, $25 each additional sibling.
Click here to REGISTER NOW! Regular pricing in effect Sept. 15. Late fees apply after Oct. 15.
About The Masterclass:
Students (Lightly Row and up) meet with a renowned Suzuki clinician faculty and delve into personalized, in-depth work in a small group of peers. Topics covered include technique, musicianship, and practical practice advice – plus enjoyment and inspiration! Please prepare one memorized Suzuki piece of the student’s choice from their current repertoire to bring to the Masterclass. Parents/practice partners should plan to attend and observe.
Class Descriptions for our full weekend Workshops:
Group Suzuki Classes
Students work with a dynamic and engaging clinician, building on their musical technique and skills while gaining fresh perspectives from a renowned teacher! Classes are grouped by instrument and level. Students will have a chance to play individually and to interact with faculty. They will also prepare repertoire together for the Play-In.
Students broaden their musicianship and learn new musical styles. Some of our faculty artists include specialists in Dalcroze movement, folk song, Klezmer, Irish fiddle, and Blues piano. A Saturday evening feature concert and Q&A has also been included in our online workshops.
Piano students stretch their creative muscles and gain confidence in the skill of improvisation. With Nancy Modell.
Advanced Class for Books 4+
Experienced string and guitar students expand their musical vocabulary. This class meets once per day, Saturday and Sunday, for all strings and guitars in books 4 and up.
Insightful conversations, practice advice, and community support for your Suzuki parenting and teaching journey, led by a Suzuki educator.
Play-In and Final Concert
All students and faculty will gather, first by instrument for a traditional Suzuki Play-In of pieces from various books, then all together to present their group class pieces in a joyous finale.
Repertoire: Students choose one or two polished pieces for their Masterclass and review working repertoire in their current book(s). More details will be shared with registered participants.