Four issues of the New Zealand Suzuki Journal are produced each year and sent directly to all registered members of the New Zealand Suzuki Institute. The format generally alternates between an electronic and a printed journal.
The Autumn 2019 issue will be available online when the Spring 2019 issue is printed.
In this issue, Robyn Denize has written a memorial to Vicki Reid, a key member of the Bay of Plenty branch, who died recently. We have several contributions from NZ Suzuki students in this issue. Bonnie Allen writes of her Suzuki journey that takes her next to Massey University. Christopher Todd encourages you to give busking ago. Samara Nation looks at Dr Suzuki's contribution. Isabelle Faulkner and Skyler Morison report from Summer Camp. Our Suzuki Early Childhood Education series continues with research by Bronya Dean on how and why children sing to themselves. And we have a good look at the critical role of parents in the Suzuki triangle. Marisha Duijzers reflects on the importance of parental support and positive experiences of learning, while Beatriz Ilari gives an honest look into parenting music students. And we have two articles on improving performance. John Wunsch gives practical advice on building memory to prepare for performance. Michael Griffin looks at the importance of mindset and practice.
The Summer 2018 issue will be available online when the Winter 2019 issue is printed.
The Spring 2018 electronic edition of the Suzuki Journal can be viewed online here. This edition includes:
The Winter 2018 electronic edition of the Suzuki Journal can be viewed online here.
This edition includes an interview with Amalia Hall, the outstanding New Zealand violinist and Concermaster of Orchestra Wellington, and an article by Kathy Kubin on the transformative experiences inherent in practicing hard passages.
|Issue||Article Deadline||Deadline for Advertising &
|Spring 2018 (Electronic)||15 August||22 August||29 August||15 September|
|Summer 2018 (Printed)||15 November||22 November||29 November||15 December|
|Autumn 2019 (Electronic)||15 February||22 February||28 February||15 March|
|Winter 2019 (Printed)||15 May||22 May||29 May||15 June|