Several months have already passed since the 10th European Suzuki Convention
With more than 650 children from all over the world and more than 250 Suzuki teachers present as Faculty members and observers, it was a truly successful event.
We are now looking for a team who would be prepared to organise the 11th European Suzuki Convention.
DSG v ESA
District Court of Bonn, Germany, Thursday 27 August 2015
The Austrian Suzuki Institute of Music (ASIoM) is proud to announce the launch of its very first Violin Teacher Training Course in Vienna.
British Suzuki Gala Concert 27 March 2016
Royal Albert Hall, London GREAT BRITAIN
The British Suzuki Institute invites Piano Teachers to present students to audition to play in the exceptional Suzuki Gala Concert at the Royal Albert Hall on Easter Day next year.
The newly launched MyOngaku video practice aid, licensed by the International Suzuki Association, has been created to help students make the most of their practice time. Used along with the Suzuki sheet music, it is a reference tool for Suzuki violin students and their parents to use during practice when students are away from the direct guidance of their instructor.
ROYAL ALBERT HALL SHOWCASE CONCERT 27 MARCH 2016
The ways to acquire Suzuki materials continue to grow as we accommodate technological advances.
For many years, the European Suzuki Association (ESA), the German Suzuki association Deutsche Suzuki Gesellschaft (DSG) and the Deutsche Suzuki Institute (DSI) have been in conflict. This has recently escalated after DSG’s membership on the ESA Board was terminated. The main reason for termination was that ESA received proof that DSG attempted to register the trademark ‘Suzuki’ in Class 42 in Germany.
It has been an honour and a great pleasure to once more sit on the Examination Panel for the second round of Level 1 Suzuki Trumpet examinations attended by a group of highly qualified musicians and experienced teachers.
The Organising Committee of the European Suzuki Children's Convention in Davos has today announced that demand for places has exceeded expectation with Registration already now completely sold out.