The founder of the Danish Suzuki Institute, violinist and Suzuki pioneer, Tove Detreköy, passed away peacefully on December the 21st 2018.
A group of Violin and Violoncello students from Malaga Violin Suzuki performed in a Christmas Concert on 22 December 2018 in Sala Maynake, Malaga to raise funds for Give a Child a Teacher.
On 1st December 2018 at the Auditori Teresa Pàmies, Barcelona SPAIN, Violin, Violoncello, Guitar and Piano Students performed at the SUMI | Suzuki Music Institute Christmas Concert for Give a Child a Teacher
Suzuki Piano Days at the Music School Langen, Hesse
There were no flowers for teachers to say 'Thank You' after the Warsztaty Akademii Suzuki Workshop.
Instead students made a donation to Give a Child a Teacher. . . .
The official Website for the Suzuki Method™ in China was announced by the Asia Regional Suzuki Association today.
On July 19, 2018, we were overwhelmed by the beautiful sound of dozens of voices coming together as one at the Gala concert concluding the 14th International Songs for Sharing. We opened with “Our Gift for You” by Jerry Estes. As the voices of students and teachers rose together repeatedly quoting “This is our gift for you”, we couldn’t help but reflect on the events of the week and the “gift” that Suzuki Voice has become in our lives and studios.
The British Suzuki Institute announced today that they have confirmation of their booking at the Royal Albert Hall for the next British Suzuki Gala Concert on Easter Sunday 12 April 2020.
One of the advantages of being over eighty is that your children are settled enough to be able to offer you a holiday in Japan. I had been to Japan four times before, but each time only to Matsumoto. The first time was in summer 1986, just after my last examination at the British Suzuki teacher training. That year I observed the 67th Matsumoto Summer School, a huge workshop with students from all over Japan and abroad, receiving group lessons from the best Japanese teachers.
Carina Bruwer, internationally renowned contemporary flute player and founding member of the multiple award-winning instrumental group Sterling EQ, will attempt to swim approximately 22km from Nice (France), past Monte Carlo (Monaco) to Ventimiglia (Italy), in support of Muzukidz.