Cello Revisiting Unit 1
Jul 31 – Aug 4, 2017 in Ypsilanti, MI
at PhoenixPhest Grande Suzuki Institute
Cello Revisiting Unit 1
Instructor: Beth Cantrell,
The Revisiting Unit 1 course is designed for teachers who have registered a minimum of Unit 1 and have at least one year of Suzuki teaching experience. It aims to strengthen and update one’s teaching by approaching the repertoire and its concepts from a fresh perspective. Discussions cover the foundation of Book 1, including application of the Suzuki philosophy, teaching points, layering of skills, addressing challenges of the beginning student, and more.Format of the course includes lecture, small group discussion, student observation, possible role-playing, and playing demonstration of the teaching points and concepts. Participants will receive an online questionnaire from the SAA, to be completed prior to the start of the course.Entrance Requirements: Suzuki teachers who have completed/registered ECC! and Unit 1 (or 1A and 1B) and have taught at least one year are eligible to take the course in their instrument area.
Prerequisite course: Cello Unit 1
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ELIZABETH CANTRELL, “Dr. Beth”, has taught children and adults at Suzuki Institutes and workshops throughout the United States for over 30 years. She is currently adjunct faculty at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Locally, she maintains a private studio at Crozet Arts. In addition to teaching, Dr. Cantrell has performed with Opera on the James, the Charlottesville Chamber Orchestra, the Waynesboro Symphony, the Richmond Symphony, Roanoke Symphony, and the Wintergreen Festival Orchestra. Dr. Cantrell earned degrees in cello performance and music history from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Florida State University, and the University of Georgia. Prior to moving to Virginia with her family in 2001, she was principal cellist for the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra, and was on the faculty of Kennesaw State University. She was active in the Atlanta area for 18 years as a teacher, chamber and orchestral performer, adjudicator, and recording studio musician.
Monday, July 31 to Friday, August 4, , 2017
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti MI 48197
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