Hello Canadian Suzuki colleagues,
I am writing to you as I return from my first meetings as a SAA board member. I thoroughly enjoyed sharing ideas and making decisions that will support us as we pursue our dream of enriching the… Read more ▶
Hello, all Canadian SAA members!
At the recent SAA conference, there was an informal session where Canadian members discussed issues of mutual concern. This message is one result of our discussions.
There is now a Canada page on the SAA website. (There’s… Read more ▶
What are the goals or plans for strategic development or promotion of the Suzuki Method for Canada? Quebec? Rural communities? Academic communities?
The SAA keeps an ongoing dialogue with its Canadian teacher trainers as well as with member teachers. Last May… Read more ▶
July 25, 2010 by Pam Brasch, Whitney Reagan Kelley
It has been a journey, but the dreams of its founders have become a reality. Coming together within a community of diversity that spans great distances, but united by strong Suzuki bonds, the Suzuki Talent Education Association of Ontario (SAO)… Read more ▶
Imagine yourself in a community of Suzuki families living in a small northern city, population about 30,000, a 16-hour drive from any other Suzuki program. There are about 34 violin students in the program, ranging from 4-year-old “Twinklers” to 17-year-old… Read more ▶
Les 5-6 et 7 février 2007, 16 jeunes violonistes de 7 à 13 ans de l’ensemble « Jeux d’Archets Suzuki » de Québec ont eu la chance de faire 4 concerts dans le cadre des Matinées Symphoniques de l’Orchestre Symphonique… Read more ▶
“In the early 1960’s, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and the Western World was a relatively lonely place to be a serious string player. As a violinist, teacher and concert-master I too felt the strong need to be part of a living… Read more ▶