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Volunteers for SUZUKI™ Sunday

Posted by ESA Administrator on 5 November 2021

SUZUKI™ Sundays are proving to be a big success!

International Suzuki Journal June 2021

Posted by ESA Administrator on 5 August 2021

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'Give a Child a Teacher' Fundraising Campaign 2021 - RESULTS!

Posted by ESA Administrator on 30 June 2021

Give a Child a Teacher is a special Fundraising Campaign organised by the European Suzuki Association (ESA) each year to raise funds to give more children the opportunity of a SUZUKI™ education in Europe, Middle East and Africa. 

New! Mandolin Development Committee

Posted by ESA Administrator on 17 June 2021

The ESA Board has appointed a Mandolin Development Committee to help spread SUZUKI™ Mandolin throughout Europe and establish if there is an interest in Mandolin in other regions.
Currently SUZUKI™ Mandolin is only in the ESA Region and only in Italy.


Posted by ESA Administrator on 24 March 2021


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Revised ISA Policy on Teacher Training

Posted by ESA Administrator on 3 February 2021

The International Suzuki Association has revised its policy on Teacher Training in order to accommodate online Teacher Training.
There are changes which affect all Teacher Trainers and Teachers in the ESA Region.

Memorial Mass for Anniversary of Dr Suzuki's death

Posted by Yumi Goubara, Talent Education Research Institute (TERI), JAPAN on 26 January 2021

January 26 is the anniversary of Dr. Suzuki’s death.

International Suzuki Journal

Posted by Allen Lieb CEO ISA on 8 January 2021

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A New Year's Message from the International Suzuki Association

Posted by Allen Lieb CEO ISA on 7 January 2021

This past year, 2020, proved the resilience, creativity and adaptability of Talent Education and Suzuki Method teachers and families around the world. Students continue to practice, lessons are taught, performances are posted online, teachers become Zoom masters, and Suzuki communities reach out across the globe to share their ideas, challenges and triumphs in this age of social upheaval and potential isolation. Music speaks directly to the heart of humanity. “Tone has a living soul,” Dr. Suzuki has said. That life force sustains our movement even in this virtual age of the internet. How we long to share once again our skills and gifts in person. For now, we continue our work “for the happiness of all children.”

Alfred Music Publishing Newsletter

Posted by Danae Witter, Suzuki Editor at Alfred Music on 5 November 2020

Product News October 2020