Dr Suzuki's video 'Birch Trees and Violins' which was made in 1965 is available on the English page of the Talent Education Research Institute website by kind permission of the President, Dr. Hayano.
On October 15, 2011 the International Suzuki Association (ISA) included Trumpet as a Suzuki instrument and appointed an International Suzuki Trumpet Committee.
The European Suzuki Viola Gathering 2017 this weekend brings together for the first time Suzuki Viola pupils, teachers and families from the entire ESA community and beyond.
Dr Suzuki's video 'Birch Trees and Violins' which was made in 1965 is now available on the YouTube channel of the Talent Education Research Institute, Japan by kind permission of the President, Dr. Hayano.
Discussion Group Name Change: ISA Trademark
January 18, 2017 ISA Board
ESA Violin Teachers: Lili Rene Fantayna-Ramos, Elena Sterelyukhina,
Anna Orgina, Elena Scherbakova, Anna Simurzina.
Accompanist: Svetlana Briantceva
The first donations are in!
The Suzuki Trumpet Instrument Committee of the International Suzuki Association (ISA), with representatives from the European Suzuki Association (ESA) and the Suzuki Association of the Americas (SAA) has recently proposed to the ISA Board that the mandate of the committee be augmented to include other brass instruments.
We are greatly saddened to report the death of Gilda Barston.
Gilda meant so much to so many people, it is difficult to express the impact of her parting. In over forty years of teaching at the Music Institute of Chicago she was a friend, mentor, leader and advocate for the highest standards in music education. Her legacy as a teacher and teacher trainer is immense. In the face of tremendous adversity her dedication and love for her students was an inspiration to us all.
Her accomplishments are many. Gilda was an artist level cellist who studied with Leonard Rose at The Juilliard School. As a strong advocate of the Suzuki Philosophy, she served as Chair of the Suzuki Association of the Americas, CEO of the International Suzuki Association and Director and Artistic Director of the Chicago Suzuki Institute. Gilda was a celebrated teacher of teachers, training and mentoring hundreds of young cellists who have spread about the world to become leaders in their field.