Group Lesson Teaching Seminar
May 30 – Jun 4, 2017 in Fairbanks, AK
at Fairbanks Suzuki Institute
Group Lesson Teaching Seminar: Cello, Violin
Instructor: Carey Beth Hockett, Christie Felsing
Prerequisite: All books covered in the overview course.
6 enrolled out of 15 maximum.
See contact information below to sign up.
Carey Beth Hockett has been actively involved in the Suzuki world for more than 30 years. She taught at the Ithaca Talent Education School and then for the London Suzuki Group and has recently joined the faculty of the Colburn School in Los Angeles. She was a member of the International Suzuki Association’s Cello Committee and served as repertoire consultant to the Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music. She has given numerous workshops for teachers and children across Europe and America is well known for her work with groups of all sizes. She is the founder of Corkybird Enterprizes, which produces creative designs for music education.
Christie Felsing received her Bachelor of Music in violin performance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, studying violin with Vartan Manoogian and pedagogy with Marvin Rabin. After a year of graduate studies at Boston University, including Suzuki teacher training, she pursued a nine-month Suzuki internship with Doris Preucil at the Preucil School of Music (Iowa). This experience led her to complete a Master of Music degree in Suzuki pedagogy at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville with John Kendall. From 1996-2014, she was on the violin faculty of the Preucil School of Music, where she served as Assistant Director. Her service to the SAA includes: Board of Directors (2004-2009), SAA Conference Coordinator (2010), Teacher Development Advisory Committee, and past SAA staff member. Christie is a registered SAA Violin Teacher Trainer, teaches in the Hartt Suzuki Program, and leads long-term Suzuki pedagogy courses at the University of Hartford.
Tuesday, May 30 to Sunday, June 4, , 2017
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Fairbanks AK 99775
More Info & Contact
Dr. Gail Johansen, Artistic Director
Cathy Apicella, Program Director, Registrar
Sally Endestad, Volunteer Coordinator and Hospitality
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