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Date: Sunday 25th February 2018
Venue: St Ninians Church, Karori
208 Karori Rd - corner of Karori Rd and Newcombe Crescent
Time: 3.30pm - 5:30pm
Dress code: Black and white
Accompanist: Robyn Jaquiery
This is a celebratory concert for all Wellington students who have completed the Suzuki student graduation last year.
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New Zeland Suzuki Institute (Auckland Branch)
Dates for 2018 "Suzuki on Sunday" Concerts
Time: 3:00 pm
Term 1: Sunday 25th March 2018
Term 2: Sunday 17th June 2018
Term 3: Sunday 9th September 2018
Term 4: Sunday 18th November 2018
Venue: St Cuthbert's College Music Department
PAC (Performing Arts Centre)
These are an opportunity for students of any level/age/instrument to perform in a supportive friendly environment. Please take advantage of this opportunity and support your young musicians.
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Registration deadline is the Thursday, 6pm, before the recital date.
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Instruments offered: Cello, Flute, Piano, Violin
Registrations now open! Click here to register!
Registration is open to current members of the Suzuki Institute (2017/18 year) learning with a registered teacher on the instrument of participation.
Registrations from 12.30pm - 1.30pm Play-in @ 2pm. It is expected that all children attending will have a supervising parent with them, both for safety, and to support them.
Registration closes at 9pm, 25th February 2018.
- Haruo Goto (Sydney, Australia)
- Lynley Culliford (Wellington, NZ)
- Stacey Shuck (Auckland, NZ)
- Nicola Black (nee Buckland) (Adelaide, Australia)
- Sally Tibbles (Auckland, NZ)
- Zohara Rotem (Sunshine Coast, Australia)
Christine Griffiths (Hamilton, NZ)
- Zenith Chae (Sydney, Australia)
Ensemble / Accompanist:
- Elizabeth Lau (Auckland, NZ)
Music Enrichment Class for Juniors:
- Sally Tibbles (Auckland, NZ)
Alexander Technique ( 12yrs+):
- Emile van der Mespel (Wellington, NZ)
$ 75 - Twinklers only
$ 185 - Book 1 and above
Full Tuition fees include Ensemble and/or Accompaniment Class for Pianists (Book 6+).
An optional Extended Repertoire Class for Book 7+ will be offered if timetabling permits.
Limited Scholarships are available for Hawkes Bay students only. Please talk to your teacher after registering.
Non-playing siblings: are invited at NO COST to attend enrichment classes.
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Register through your Suzuki teacher or for further details, please contact Auckland Branch - Auckland@suzuki.org.nz
Any fees and attire (for single day events?): $20 per student, $30 per family - paid to your teacher.
Attire: white top, black bottoms
Wellington branch will be offering free ensemble classes in term 2.
Led by Rupa Maitra and Ahna Jensen, there will be two ensembles for string players Book 2 to Book 5.
Dates: 12th, 19th and 26th of May 2018
Venue: St Augustine's Church
12 Britannia Street, Petone, Wellington
Registrations open mid-March.
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Date: Saturday 2nd to 4th June 2018
Venue: St Mary's Catholic School
11 Thirteenth Ave
Instruments offered: Violin and Cello
There is a range of accommodation close to the school if needed.
To advance your child's learning we have a great line up of tutors the probably includes:
· Simon Griffiths
· Stacey Shuck
· Rachel Braly
· Alison Salmons
· Sally-Anne Alloway
· Margaret Cooke
Early Childhood Music and Movement
· Bronya Dean
· Noeline Kennedy - Ukulele
The Winter Workshop commences on the 2nd June at 8 am for Registration, with Play-In starting at 8.30 am. The Workshop concludes on the 4th June at the Tauranga Art Gallery with a Public Concert at 3.30 pm.
On each day of the Workshop your child will receive a Masterclass, Group book lesson and Ensemble group lesson, with Music Enrichment for the under 6 year old children and those that are not yet reading music. Early Childhood Music and Movement is offered for younger children and siblings who are not yet playing an instrument. There will be a Twinkle Parade for the Book 1 students, followed by a Pluto Juice Bar drink treat on Saturday afternoon. The cost for attending the Workshop will be $215 per person, which is fantastic value for money for the experience,learning and inspiration your child will receive. This price also includes a social fun whole-family activity on Saturday afternoon after the Twinkle Parade for those interested.
In order to be eligible to attend the workshop you will need to be a registered financial member of New Zealand Suzuki Institute. If you are not yet registered please join at suzuki.org.nz
Website registrations will open on the 16th March and close on the 12th April. The web address will be emailed when available.
Workshops are a busy and fun time to advance your child’s musical knowledge, as well as making great friends. We look forward to your support in making the workshop a success for the BOP region, and helping us to welcome out of town participants to our beautiful city.
BOP Suzuki Secretary
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National Suzuki Conference 2018
Life Through Music
Melbourne, 9 - 14 July
Suzuki Music Victoria is very pleased to be hosting a National Suzuki Conference in 2018 and we hope to see you there!
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Richard Gill OAM
International Guest Suzuki faculty
Hiroko Suzuki, Japan (violin)
Koen Rens, Belgium (violin)
Carey Cheney, USA (cello)
Bruce Anderson, USA (piano)
Toshio Takahashi, Japan (flute)
Seth Himmelhoch, USA (guitar)
Interstate Guest Suzuki faculty
Haruo Goto, NSW (violin)
Takao Mizushima, NSW (cello)
Still to be confirmed - violin and piano
As you can see, this is a stellar line up at what will be a jam-packed program for Suzuki students and teachers.
For advanced students, programs will commence on Wednesday 11 July and run for four full days, until Saturday 14 July. The Advanced program will include daily Orchestral and/or Ensemble sessions, Group and Repertoire Classes, classes with special guest Richard Gill, and concert opportunities.
Students in the standard program will commence with plays ins and opening activities on the afternoon of Wednesday 11 July, following registration. From Thursday 12 July, students will participate in three full days of classes including classes with special guest Richard Gill, group classes, orchestral, ensemble or other musical enrichment classes, concert opportunities and much more!
The Professional Development program will offer in excess of 17 hours of instrument specific sessions and sessions for combined instruments, over three days. All teachers attending will have the opportunity to attend sessions with special guests Richard Gill, Toshio Takahashi, Koen Rens and Bruce Anderson, as well as sessions with your own instrument special guest/s. There are also over 10 hours of student classes to observe. The PD program commences on Monday 9 July and concludes on Saturday 14 July.
Other important National Conference dates are:
Teacher application to present a paper at National Conference - closes Friday 23 February 2018
Ensemble Concert auditions - close Friday 23 March 2018
Gala Concert auditions - close Friday 23 March 2018
All National Conference enrolments (teacher and student) - close Friday 23 March 2018
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NZSI Auckland Branch is holding a Spring Workshop for Suzuki students in the second week of the 2018 October School Holidays and a warm invitation is extended to all NZSI members. The programme will cater for flute, guitar, piano, and violin students.
The workshop provides an opportunity for students to further their musical interest in an environment that is stimulating and enjoyable. We have a wonderful line-up of experienced Suzuki tutors who will be offering group lessons, technical work and small group master classes. All students will participate in ensemble or music enrichment classes.
Classes will be held from 8.30am to 3.00pm each day. It is expected parents will accompany their child/ren to all classes. There will be a parent talk during the workshop and play-out concert on Saturday afternoon. Full details of the programme will be sent to registrants. We welcome anyone interested in the Suzuki Method to enrol for professional development and observe any of the classes.
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Dates: 16th January to 21st January 2019
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