For Parents + Students

Weekend Suzuki Workshops

Violin, Viola, Piano

We will be holding a mini-workshop on the afternoon of November 6, 2022 online. Students in Books 1-6 from any location are welcome. Masterclasses in violin, viola and piano will be offered. Save the date; family registration will open in August.

Class Descriptions for our weekend Workshops:
Masterclass

Students (Lightly Row/French Folk Song and up) meet with a renowned Suzuki clinician faculty and delve into personalized, in-depth work on a Suzuki piece of the student’s choice with a small group of peers. Students may prepare one or two pieces from their current repertoire to bring to their Masterclasses.

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.

Enrichment

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 Improv

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.

Parent-Teacher Talks

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.

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