In this issue:
On October 15, 2011, the International Suzuki Association included trumpet as a Suzuki instrument. In March 2013 the European Suzuki Association (ESA) appointed Ann-Marie Sundberg to be ESA Suzuki Instructor on the trumpet, which gives the ESA the unique opportunity to offer the first ever Suzuki teacher training course for interested trumpet teachers.
Read full trumpet training details, including audition requirements
SAA’s 16th Conference aims to be a high point of inspiration for all!
Led by a team of more than forty enthusiastic teacher members, this mega-event will be brought to life by the participation of all who come together to learn and share ideas and inspiration.
The conference will indeed be “Powered by Community,” and you are a part of the Suzuki Community!
Save the dates—SAA biennial conferences are not to be missed!
May 22-26, 2014
Student Participation Opportunities
Plus two exciting new events:
Applications for all events will be available online in August.
Have a great idea to share with your Suzuki colleagues?
We’re looking for:
Session proposals may be instrument-specific or general. More details on submitting a session proposal will be available online in August. The deadline will be October 15.
Suzuki Principles in Action workshops are being scheduled for next fall. So far there are plans for MN, NY, TN, and UT.
SPA is a two day, cross-instrumental course on the art of Suzuki teaching.
Summer Institutes run through the end of August. There are so many great summer programs for students and teachers that there isn’t space to list them all here! Please look online for all upcoming Summer Institutes.
Richardson, TX Jul 20
Stevens Point, WI Jul 20 – 24
Bainbridge Island, WA Jul 22 – 26
Ann Arbor, MI Jul 22 – Aug 3
Spring, TX Aug 5 – 13
San Marcos, TX Aug 10 – 11
Ann Arbor, MI Aug 19 – 23
Amarillo, TX Aug 24
Louisville, KY Aug 24
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