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.
If the pandemic has prevented us from meeting in person, it certainly has not stopped the music.
Like their pupils, British Suzuki teachers have been practising and playing at home. They have put together the very first Teachers’ virtual concert.
We hope you enjoy it and that you will find it inspiring. A huge thank you to all who made it happen, recording on phones and iPads.
What a super successful event the Glasgow Workshop turned out to be yesterday.
Thank you to all those who took part in the 2019 Give a Child a Teacher Fundraising Campaign
Over £2,360 was raised and donated to the Suzuki Teachers Trust (previously ESTDT)
The sad news has reached us that Jean Middlemiss has passed away.
Last weekend in a town called Nacka in Sweden, history was made in a number of ways.
Discovering the Suzuki Voice Program
I have been working as a professional singer for many years. Alongside performing, I teach singing at varying levels to different age groups. I thoroughly enjoy passing on my musical knowledge and performance experiences to young children. My vocal style and range sessions differ between children/adolescents and adults as younger students think in a less abstract way than adults.