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A visit to the National Suzuki Workshop, Emmetten SWITZERLAND

Posted by Susanne Fauteck, Suzuki Piano Teacher, Germany on 8 June 2018

With good weather on their side, five families from Langen/Hesse in Germany set out for Emmetten in Switzerland over the long weekend of the “Ascension Day”.
This was their third visit to the annual National Workshop of the Suzuki Association Lucerne/Zurich which took place from 10 to 13 May 2018. 

First Suzuki Early Childhood Education Teacher Trainer appointed in ESA Region

Posted by ESA Administrator on 16 April 2018

The first of the Region's Suzuki Early Childhood Education (SECE) Teacher Trainer was appointed today.

Happy Birthday Dr Suzuki FINLAND

Posted by Tiina Puumalainen, Tampereen Suzukikoulu on 10 October 2016

The anniversary of Shinichi Suzuki's birthday (17.10.1898 – 26.01.1998) was celebrated with a one day Suzuki piano workshop held at Johanneksen koulu, which is an elementary school for 1st to 6th grade students in Tampere, Finland.

11th European Suzuki Convention

Posted by Martin Rüttimann, Chairman, ESA on 16 October 2015

davos brochureSeveral months have already passed since the 10th European Suzuki Convention
in Davos.

With more than 650 children from all over the world and more than 250 Suzuki teachers present as Faculty members and observers, it was a truly successful event.

We are now looking for a team who would be prepared to organise the 11th European Suzuki Convention

Practice App for Suzuki Violin Volume 1 now available from the App Store

Posted by Dan Dery, Suzuki Violin Teacher, Switzerland on 17 September 2015

The newly launched MyOngaku video practice aid, licensed by the International Suzuki Association, has been created to help students make the most of their practice time. Used along with the Suzuki sheet music, it is a reference tool for Suzuki violin students and their parents to use during practice when students are away from the direct guidance of their instructor.