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Heidi Curatolo: 6th European Suzuki Teachers Convention in Germany – PART 1

Nov 25th, 2014 | By

Greetings to the worldwide Suzuki Community! My name is Heidi Curatolo and I would like to share with you my experiences at The 6th European Suzuki Teachers Convention held in Remscheid, Germany in November of 2014. The event brought together more than 150 European, North American, and African Suzuki teachers, from 22 countries to work
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Western Fiddler

Mrz 30th, 2014 | By

The Suzuki group „Con Cuore“ under the direction of  Agathe Jerie has prepared a very special song for us: Western Fiddler Arranged by Kerstin Wartberg & David Andruss This piece is particularly suitable for the preparation of the Seitz Concertos in book 4. Sheet music and MP3 files can be downloaded HERE    



Suzuki Violin Teacher Required

Feb 16th, 2014 | By
Suzuki Violin Teacher Required

Junge Camerata Academica German Suzuki Institute, Departement Kiel / Germany Director: Isabel Morey Suau, Suzuki Violin Teacher and Teacher Trainer   Commencing in August  2014 we are looking for an enthusiastic violin teacher.   Work includes 1) Individual lessons following the Suzuki method. 2) Assistance in school class group teaching (classes 1 to 6) 3)
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Einfach Midori (Simply Midori)

Feb 12th, 2014 | By
Einfach Midori (Simply Midori)

An autobiography book of Midori, but only in German! The autobiography of the worldwide recognized violinist Midori Goto has now appeared in its second, updated German edition. It provides relevant insights into the complex process of a “child prodigy” growing up. After she suffered for years (anorexia, depression etc.) she stopped playing as twenty-three-year-old star
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EUROPEAN TEACHERS‘ CONVENTION 2014

Jan 10th, 2014 | By

PLEASE NOTE ALREADY NOW !!!!! EUROPEAN TEACHERS’ CONVENTION 2014 31 October – 3 November 2014 1/2 November 2014 Sixth Suzuki Teachers‘ Xchange Weekend in GERMANY (Violin/Viola/Cello) LET US WORK TOGETHER! Start: Saturday, 1 November 2014, 2:30 p.m. End: Sunday, 2 November 2014, 4:00 p.m. In response to the great demand by many course participants we
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Heidi Curatolo: 5th Suzuki Teachers Xchange Conference in Germany – PART 2

Dez 1st, 2013 | By

Conference Motto: Excellence from the Start Following the Book 6 Intensive Course, the 5th Suzuki Teachers Xchange Conference began on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. with a brief welcome from Kerstin Wartberg, Director of the German Suzuki Institute. Over 130 teachers from 20 countries throughout Europe and North America gathered in the main lecture hall of
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Heidi Curatolo: 5th Suzuki Teachers Xchange Conference in Germany – PART 1

Nov 19th, 2013 | By
Heidi Curatolo: 5th Suzuki Teachers Xchange Conference in Germany – PART 1

Conference Motto: „Let Us Work Together!“ In early November I attended the 5th Suzuki Teachers Xchange Conference in Germany for Suzuki Teachers throughout Europe. The event was organized by the German Suzuki Institute, the teacher-training department of the German Suzuki Association, and led by vio­linist and Suzuki pedagogue, Kerstin Wartberg. In addition to the weekend
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Thank you very much for your wonderful lectures!

Nov 13th, 2013 | By
Thank you very much for your wonderful lectures!


UPDATE April 2013: Suzuki Violin Project in Goa/India

Apr 17th, 2013 | By
UPDATE April 2013: Suzuki Violin Project in Goa/India

On Stage For the First Time After Three Months *** The five boys in this picture are on stage for the first time in their life, enjoying the privilege of showing something exceptional that no one in their circles has ever witnessed before. Not only did they begin taking violin lessons only three months ago
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Happy birthday, Johann Sebastian Bach!

Mrz 14th, 2013 | By
Happy birthday, Johann Sebastian Bach!

Dear Suzuki colleagues, dear students and parents! Next week, March 21, is the birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). I have prepared two items for you. No. 1: Johann Sebastian Bach for children How about a birthday party with your students? Attached you find a vivid encounter with the composer Johann Sebastian Bach, the article
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