Annual area-wide celebration
Join us for a Back-to-school Cellobration! Cello Choir, Cello Playdown, Potluck, good fun! Sunday September 11, 1:15 - 4pm.
SAVE THE DATE!
For our fantastic local festival, celebrating our Suzuki community.
More information soon, stay tuned!
Historically, masterclasses are held Saturday afternoon (a one-hour commitment) and group classes, eurythmics, performances, etc on Sunday ALL DAY.
Michiko Yurko is a SAA Teacher Trainer and an independent Suzuki piano teacher living in Kensington, Maryland. She is the creator of Music Mind Games, a published method of teaching music literacy and theory using games. She is the author of Music Mind Games, Musopoly, No H in Snake, the Puppy Packet, the Panda Packs and joint author of Teaching Suzuki Piano: Ten Teacher’s Viewpoints. She has traveled all over the world to teach at workshops, lead teacher training, and speak at conferences.
Join us to learn:
- What's new in our organization
- Meet fellow Suzuki teachers
- Share your ideas and what you want from Suz:MA
- Hear teacher trainers, Amy Matherly and Sachiko Isihara's, ideas on Group Class!
- Socialize / have some snacks
Time: 5 - 7:30pm
Location: Johnson String Instrument
Sign up for Brian Wicklund's beloved Fiddle Pal Camp in Newton this summer, August 18 - 21, 2015! Discounts are available for early registrants and for two participants from the same family.
Open to violin, viola, cello, guitar. Ages 9-adult.
The Suzuki School of Newton presents a summer music program for violin, cello and piano with mixed instrument and same instrument performance opportunities. Lessons are interspersed throughout the day, along with ensemble playing classes, fiddling, sports, and visual arts classes.
Ages 6-16. June 25-July 1, 9am-3pm.
Open to 5 - 6 year olds, parent and child meet twice a week this summer with Breana Bauman to learn the fundamentals of Suzuki Violin through games, songs and collaboration. Private lessons will begin in the Fall.
Tuesday / Thursday
2 - 3pm
Copy of Nurtured by Love
Summer Violin Rental
Class Size : 4 - 6 min / max
The Suzuki School of Newton's Artist Concert Series is pleased to present the critically acclaimed Claremont Trio. Each of the three musicians -- Emily Bruskin, violin; Julia Bruskin, cello; and Andrea Lam, piano -- is a virtuosic performer in her own right. Together they are consistently praised for their "aesthetic maturity, interpretive depth, and exuberance" (Palm Beach Daily News). The Bruskin sisters, who grew up in Cambridge, have studied with Suzuki School of Newton cellist Nancy Hair and founder Gwendoline Thornblade. All proceeds from the event will support the James Thornblade Memorial Scholarship Fund.
For tickets: claremonttrionewton.bpt.me
Instuctor: David Madsen
Suzuki School of Newton
1860 Washington Street
Auburndale, MA 02466
January 18, 2015 12:00 PM—5:00 PM
January 19, 2015 9:00 AM—4:00 PM
What is SPA?
Suzuki Principles in Action (SPA) is a course designed to help teachers incorporate Suzuki’s principles effectively in their teaching. The course focuses on how to teach, not what to teach, and to allow for the sharing of ideas among all instrument areas. It is based on Dr. Suzuki’s belief that knowledge is an important first step, but “knowledge plus 10,000 times” is what produces ability.
Suzuki teachers of all instruments are invited to attend. Participants must be SAA members, have an active studio, and have completed Unit 1 on their given instrument.
Questions? Contact Lisa Hollis at email@example.com or (720) 684-7684
Based on the novel by Roald Dahl, this opera adaptation of Fantastic Mr. Fox will be presented on Sunday December 7th at 3pm. It promises to engage young and old audiences, alike! Members of the Boston Children's Chorus, who auditioned for roles in the production, will collaborate with Odyssey Opera and Boston Modern Orchestra Project at New England Conservatory's beautiful Jordan Hall.
Children under 16 : FREE
Adults : Buy your tickets here.
“Every Child Can! © An Introduction to Suzuki Education”
with Mark Mutter
a Suzuki Association of the Americas Approved Course
This is a Very Special Opportunity for
Teachers, Parents, Administrators or
anyone interested in the Suzuki Philosophy!
Location : Elliot House B&B
5779 Dorset St
Shelburne, VT 05482
Friday, November 21, 2014
9am - 12pm
Sunday November 23, 2014
12 - 3pm
Every Child Can!© is a 6 hour course. It is required for all new Suzuki teachers, but open to non-teachers, prospective teachers, parents, administrators and all others interested in learning about Suzuki approach to education. It is not instrument-specific. Experienced Suzuki teachers are also encouraged to participate for renewed inspiration or review.
Every Child Can!© (ECC) is an introduction to Dr. Suzuki’s philosophy and its application to Suzuki education. For parents, teachers, prospective teachers and others, this course provides an inspiring, in-depth look at the Suzuki approach to teaching and learning. In addition to exploring the elements of the Suzuki approach and its far-reaching goals, it includes an introduction to learning styles, history of the development of Suzuki education, the role of parents, the importance of Suzuki pedagogical training, and an overview of the SAA’s role in supporting teachers and parents. A fast-paced, engaging and inspiring program, ECC includes video materials and SAA-developed courseware, and provides each participant with useful reference materials (manuals) for later study.
For more information or to obtain a registration form, please contact:
Pam Reit Director, Vermont Suzuki Violins, Inc firstname.lastname@example.org (802)482-2163
Come hear this audience favorite in a performance by the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra. FREE for children under 18 and happening at a family-friendly time slot (Saturday at noon) will be sure to engage your child in the playful fun of music! Bonus, it's at our very own, resplendent Symphony Hall.
Come early for parking. The area is also accessible by the Mass Ave 1 bus, CT1, E Green Line (Symphony Stop) and Orange Line (Massachusetts Ave Stop).
CALL 888 - 266 - 1200 to reserve your tickets TODAY!
In this historically informed performance, the orchestra will be led by the soloist / concertmaster, NOT by the usual conductor. This is very cool for violinists to see!
99.5 WCRB presents the 16th annual Classical Cartoon Festival. Kids of all ages will enjoy their favorite Warner Bros. cartoons set to classical music on a giant screen, along with live performances, visits from beloved PBS children’s characters, and more.
Tickets are $15 and now available through the Boston Symphony Orchestra box office, or call 617 - 266 - 1200
The Suzuki:MA annual meeting will be on Sunday, October 26th at 2:00pm at First Parish in Bedford. The address is 78 Great Rd, Bedford, MA 01730. In addition to our annual meeting, we are honored to have Nancy Hair as our guest speaker for the day. We hope you see you there for a fun afternoon with your Massachusetts Suzuki friends and colleagues.