The violinist has recently recorded music for SUZUKI™ Method Books 4-6.
He shares with The Strad his thoughts on the method, the challenges of recording such beloved works and the sense of responsibility in immortalising the repertoire for the next generation of violinists.
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.
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.
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.
The Concert performed by the Students of Česká Suzuki Asociace was a great success and an appropriate ending to the ESA Board Meeting and Annual General Meeting held over the weekend 30 April and 1 May 2022 in Prague.
On Saturday 2 April, a big milestone in the evolution of Muzukidz will be reached when nearly 60 learners in the Muzukidz Gqeberha programme will share the stage with 18 of our advanced Muzukidz Cape Town learners.
Elżbieta Węgrzyn graduated from Academy of Music in Krakow in 1999. She was a violinist of incredible abilities, but her life’s choice has always been to teach children.
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.
During the weekend 4 to 6 February 2022, Faroe Islands Suzuki Association had a very successful National Suzuki Workshop with 31 violin students of Suzuki Teachers Ragnar Festirstein, Jón Festirstein and Sámal Petersen.
I cannot let this year pass without sharing just two (of so many) Muzukidz highlights with you. The year was again filled with beautiful achievements which are paving the way for promising futures of children in the Muzukidz programmes.