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Suzuki Piano Pathways CPD Course, Cambridge UK

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for accredited Suzuki Piano teachers from Europe or beyond

Course Director
Stephen Power, Cambridge Suzuki Young Musicians (CSYM) ~UK

This course is recognised by the European Suzuki Association and is open to teachers from the ESA sphere of responsibility in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, levels 1-5, as well as Suzuki teachers who have finished their training from other parts of the world.

An Introduction to Suzuki Teaching will be offered alongside the CPD course for teachers/students new to Suzuki, and who would like to find out more about this educational approach and potential career path with the aim of undertaking training with Stephen Power for
levels 1-5.

The fee for the 6 days is £398. 

The students attending the children’s course are aged 4-18, and are all pupils of Betty and Stephen Power. 
The Summer School aims, through a range of activities, disciplines, and repertoire, to develop the students listening skills and inner hearing through chamber music, choir etc. their creativity through composition and figured bass, and performance and communication skills through rehearsals and concerts.

Teachers attending the CPD course will followed a guided path of observation of students lessons and performances. Additionally there will be some sessions for teachers taking the form of talks/discussions, and lessons.

A special feature of this CPD course is the observation of 2-4 piano coaching of book 1 and 2 Suzuki repertoire.
Dr.Suzuki’s reasons behind this and the various ways this can be implemented in a teaching programme will be discussed during the CPD teacher sessions.

CSYM are pioneers of multi-piano study and performance having organised 4 piano concerts since 1991.

What’s on the CPD course

To apply for the course please e-mail Stephen Power stating where you did your Suzuki training and with whom, if you are currently on a Suzuki training courses, and your ESA level (if applicable). 
Applications close July 16th

22 July 2017 9:00am to 27 July 2017 6:00pm
West Road Concert Hall, University Faculty of Music, Cambridge, England