Following on from a very successful and popular first season of SUZUKI™ Sundays, we are pleased the announce the program for Season 2.
SUZUKI™ Philosophy and its principles are, by their very nature, sufficient in providing the tools to work inclusively and embrace diversity. Nevertheless, it was felt that a committee is needed to investigate further how the ESA can pro-actively support the ideas of Diversity and Inclusion in today's world.
The idea of SUZUKI™ Sundays came about as a way to reach out to Teachers on a regular basis and keep connected, offering free, topical lectures and discussions.
Give a Child a Teacher is a special Fundraising Campaign organised by the European Suzuki Association (ESA) each year to raise funds to give more children the opportunity of a SUZUKI™ education in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Beginning in 1979, Eiko and Masayoshi Kataoka, then members of the violin and cello sections respectively in the St. Louis Symphony, began self-publishing an English translation of the Talent Education Journal, published quarterly as the official publication of TERI in Matsumoto, Japan. Both Eiko and Masayoshi had grown up as Suzuki students in Japan before attending university in the US.
The ESA Board has appointed a Mandolin Development Committee to help spread SUZUKI™ Mandolin throughout Europe and establish if there is an interest in Mandolin in other regions.
Currently SUZUKI™ Mandolin is only in the ESA Region and only in Italy.
Congratulations to Soprano Edyta Karska, the first SUZUKI™ Voice Teacher from Poland who has completed ESA Level One SUZUKI™ Voice exam May 31st, 2021.
Congratulations to Kari Weldon from Arizona, USA, who has completed ESA Level 4 SUZUKI™ Voice Teacher Training with excellence on 1st of June 2021.