EXPANDING OUR HORIZONS
Enjoying the Journey from the Bach a minor Concerto to the Mozart Concerti: Violin
Jul 31 – Aug 4, 2017 in Ypsilanti, MI
at PhoenixPhest Grande Suzuki Institute
EXPANDING OUR HORIZONS: Enjoying the Journey from the Bach a minor Concerto to the Mozart Concerti: Violin
Instructor: Linda Case
In this 15 hour course, we will explore repertoire that will help develop musical expression as well as offer the student a variety of musical styles and cultures. I really enjoy exposing my students to music from different countries and music from contemporary and romantic composers. The thrill comes when a piece speaks to the student and I hear a different bow command, a new vibrato color and see them motivated to practice. Composers like Jardanyi, Dancla, Lutoslawski, DeBeriot, Rieding, Sarasate, Portnoff, Bartok, Kabalevsky, Kreisler and more will be included in Expanding Our Horizons. Since the Mozart Concerti require the highest artistic level to perform well, we want our teaching to be inspired and motivating and we want our students to be prepared technically and musically for this experience. Course participants will be sent the list of pieces and technique to be covered well before the course.
Prerequisite: All books covered in the overview course.
Audition: Violin Basic, or Violin Intermediate, or Violin Comprehensive, or Viola Basic, or Viola Intermediate, or Viola Comprehensive.
Deadline: All audition materials must be submitted by July 31 *
*A discounted Audition Fee applies if audition is submitted before June 5. If submitted within 8-weeks of the course start date, the regular audition fee will apply.
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Linda Case is a teacher trainer for the SAA. Teaching for 38 years, Linda has performed, taught workshops and teacher development courses throughout the world. Concertmaster of the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra in Ithaca, NY, since 1983, Linda has taught on the faculties of Ithaca College, Eastman School of Music, Cornell University and Mount Royal Conservatory in Alberta. Linda is also a licensed Brain Gym Instructor and Educational Consultant for Brain Gym International, where she offers training in whole brain-body learning. Linda studied with Josef Gingold at Indiana University where she received her bachelor of music performance degree and with William Starr at the University of Tennessee where she received her master of music performance degree. Linda was introduced to the Suzuki method in 1974 by Dr. Starr and is most grateful to have received his Suzuki pedagogy training.
Monday, July 31 to Friday, August 4, , 2017
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti MI 48197
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