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Interviews with New Suzuki Recordings Violinist Augustin Hadelich & Pianist Pianist Kuang-Hao Huang

Posted by ESA Administrator on 23 May 2022

Alfred Music, in cooperation with the International Suzuki Association, is pleased to announce the release of new recordings for the Suzuki Violin School Volumes 4-6.  Two extraordinary artists, world-renowned violinist Augustine Hadelich, and pianist Kuang-Hao Huang, have collaborated to make a stunning new version of this repertoire.


Now Online! The Suzuki/Starr Videos

Posted by ESA Administrator on 13 May 2022

The ISA is thrilled to announce the posting of this original video series, first recorded beginning in 1968.
This series is a comprehensive collection of interviews with Dr. Suzuki explaining his ideas on Talent Education, and demonstrating the teaching points of the Suzuki Violin School, with additional footage of Japanese teachers and students in lessons and concerts during that time period. 


Coming soon! New recordings Violin Books 4 to 6

Posted by Allen Lieb, CEO, International Suzuki Association on 18 February 2022

The International Suzuki Association, in conjunction with Alfred Music, is pleased to announce the highly anticipated recordings of the Suzuki Violin School, Volumes 4–6 by internationally renowned violinist, Augustin Hadelich in collaboration with pianist Kuang-Hao Huang.


New Supplementary Repertoire for SUZUKI™ Viola School

Posted by Mysie Ferguson, ESA Representative ISA Viola Committee on 5 February 2022

An Exciting Update from the ISA Viola Committee


International Suzuki Journal January 2022

Posted by Allen Lieb, CEO, International Suzuki Association on 1 February 2022

ISA Journal Jan 22 01


Talent Education Journal Archive now complete

Posted by Allen Lieb, CEO, International Suzuki Association on 18 January 2022

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.


SUZUKI™ Sundays - SEASON 3

Posted by ESA Administrator on 9 January 2022

Following on from a very successful and popular second season of SUZUKI™ Sundays, we are pleased the announce the program for Season 3.  


SUZUKI™ Method research paper published

Posted by ESA Administrator on 5 January 2022

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”. 


Online Video Recordings of Dr. Suzuki

Posted by ESA Administrator on 15 December 2021

Online Video Recordings of Dr. Suzuki at the 1976 American Suzuki Institute


Volunteers for SUZUKI™ Sunday

Posted by ESA Administrator on 5 November 2021

SUZUKI™ Sundays are proving to be a big success!