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The British Suzuki Music Association (BSMA) has announced that they have confirmation of their booking at the Royal Albert Hall for the next British Suzuki Gala Concert on Easter Sunday 9 April 2023.
The European Suzuki Association is proud to announce that the September issue of 'The STRAD' includes a SUZUKI special with extensive coverage of the SUZUKI™ Method and its impact on teaching children music across the world. The article ‘Suzuki teaching: Every child can’ includes interviews with ESA Teachers Annette Costanzi, Kimberley Wong and Kate Conway as well as SAA Teacher Edward Kreitman and former Suzuki student and American Violinist Hilary Hahn.
Ms. Hiroko Suzuki, former president of TERI, passed away on August 13, 2021. She was 80 years old.
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.