Join us June 27—July 2 for the
27th East Tennessee Suzuki Flute Institute International
Now offering flute, violin, and piano!
The East Tennessee Suzuki Flute Institute International provides a family-oriented environment for learning which is founded on the basic keystones of the Suzuki Philosophy: love, encouragement, positive reinforcement, respect, exposure to fine musical performances, opportunity for review and refinement of skills, and development of personal character.
The Institute combines the very best features of a convention, a conference, and a summer music camp all rolled into one exciting experience.
Instruction for students in flute, violin, and piano
Honors Solo Recital
Guest Artist Recital
Enrichment classes and Professional Development Courses
Classes and activities for siblings
College Prep Music Theory
Teacher Workshop Courses
On-campus efficiency apartments
FacultyWe have assembled an impressive faculty. These outstanding teachers will work with the students and will provide training courses for Suzuki teachers:
Kenichi Ueda, flute
David Gerry, flute
Rebecca Paluzzi, flute
Wendy Stern, flute
Joyce Bennett, flute
Catherine McGlasson, violin
Jerilyn Paolini, piano
Guest Artist Recital and Residency
In keeping with our commitment to expose students to exceptional live performances, the Institute annually sponsors a Guest Artist Recital. The guest artist ensemble for 2010 is Triptych, featuring Wendy Stern, flute; Frances Rowell, cello; and Beth Robin, piano. Members of Triptych will also be in residence to coach chamber ensembles.
Teacher Workshop Courses in Flute
Flute Book 2
with David Gerry
Flute Book 4
with Kenichi Ueda
with Rebecca Paluzzi
Go to our online brochure for complete information and to download registration forms:
East Tennessee Suzuki Flute Institute website