Haukur F Hannesson retired as Honorary President of the European Suzuki Association (ESA) in April 2020 after 33 years of service on the ESA Board in a number of posts - Country Director for Iceland, Instrument Director for Violoncello, Deputy Chairman, Chairman for many years and finally Honorary President.
Thank you to all those who took part in the 2019 Give a Child a Teacher Fundraising Campaign
Over £2,360 was raised and donated to the Suzuki Teachers Trust (previously ESTDT)
A group of Violin and Violoncello students from Malaga Violin Suzuki performed in a Christmas Concert on 22 December 2018 in Sala Maynake, Malaga to raise funds for Give a Child a Teacher.
On 1st December 2018 at the Auditori Teresa Pàmies, Barcelona SPAIN, Violin, Violoncello, Guitar and Piano Students performed at the SUMI | Suzuki Music Institute Christmas Concert for Give a Child a Teacher
The official Website for the Suzuki Method™ in China was announced by the Asia Regional Suzuki Association today.
The British Suzuki Institute announced today that they have confirmation of their booking at the Royal Albert Hall for the next British Suzuki Gala Concert on Easter Sunday 12 April 2020.
Product Update News April 2018
It was hardly a year ago, at the 2015 Estonian Suzuki Summer Camp, when representatives of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Martin Rüttimann Chairman of the ESA, held a meeting to start a Baltic Suzuki Violoncello project. Although all three Baltic States are quite small, there was a keen interest for Suzuki Violoncello Teacher Training in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania so all three countries joined together to focus on establishing a joint Suzuki Violoncello Teacher Training course. Leaders of this project are Janne Vasser (Estonia), Kristine Ravina (Latvia) and Valdas Povilaitis (Lithuania).