Suzuki Voice observations/help

Christy Hodder said: Nov 7, 2017
Christy Hodder
Suzuki Association Member
Halifax, NS
7 posts

I Have a new Growing Suzuki school and would like to open an agressive Suzuki voice program and Suzuki choir in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. I have a dynamic, talented teacher who is interested in this project but still needs more information to move to another country and make this plunge. He would like to see the book one Suzuki voice compiled as well as watch some suzuki voice lessons so that he can get a clearer vision of the program. I cant seem to find any vocal lesson videos on line. Are there any generous Suzuki voice teachers out there that are willing to share some videos etc.. with me of them teaching just for my meeting with this young man next week? He is traveling from far away to see my Suzuki school (we have a strong programs right now in violin, cello, new piano and new guitar) I would love for him to be able to also see some examples of what we CAN do with Suzuki voice. I hope he can see my vision, do the training in January and move to my school right away to start it! Thanks for any support and help any one out there can send me. I will appreciate it so much!

Christy Hodder

Merietta Oviatt said: Nov 8, 2017
Merietta OviattViolin, Suzuki in the Schools, Cello, Viola
Stevens Point, WI
107 posts

I recommend that you contact Mary Hofer at the Aber Suzuki Center at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. She is a teacher trainer and knows all of the specifics for Suzuki Voice. If there is anyone who would have videos or anything that you are looking for, it’s her.
Here’s the link to the website:

Dr. Merietta Oviatt
Suzuki Specialist
Viola/Violin Instructor
Aber Suzuki Center, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
[javascript protected email address]

Stacy Smith said: Nov 15, 2017
Stacy SmithInstitute Director
Suzuki Association Member
8 posts

There is also a Suzuki voice teacher in Utah. Contact Debby Smith: [javascript protected email address]

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