Talent Education Journal Archive (Complete Editions 1979-1989)
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.
Following on from a very successful and popular second season of SUZUKI™ Sundays, we are pleased the announce the program for Season 3.
In collaboration with the University of Tokyo, TERI has published a research paper entitled "Music-Experience-Related and Musical-Error-Dependent Activations in the Brain" in the prestigious UK journal "Cerebral Cortex”.
I cannot let this year pass without sharing just two (of so many) Muzukidz highlights with you. The year was again filled with beautiful achievements which are paving the way for promising futures of children in the Muzukidz programmes.
Online Video Recordings of Dr. Suzuki at the 1976 American Suzuki Institute
Violin exams at Levels 1,2,3 and 4 were held during the weekend in Norrköping , Sweden.
In memory of SUZUKI™ Voice 35th Anniversary in 2021, I have permission to send you this Finnish video which was made for USA "Songs for Sharing" 2016 by my Suzuki Voice student Markus and her mother Mari Barck.
SUZUKI™ Sundays are proving to be a big success!
Meet the Brass Teacher who Helped a Whole New Family of Instruments Go Suzuki