Suzuki School of Newton

Teaching Early Beginner Piano Students Ages 3-4
Jul 27 and 29, 2020 in Waban, MA
at Suzuki School of Newton

What

Teaching Early Beginner Piano Students Ages 3-4

Instructor: Sachiko Isihara,

Event Contact

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Phone: 617-549-8383

Event Description

Using vocabulary that will appeal to the young beginner, this course presents activities to be used in both the individual lesson and in small groups to keep the early stages of Suzuki piano fun, engaging and age appropriate while also adhering to the fundamental principles of Suzuki learning. Following the concept of small steps, repetition and learning by doing, let’s look at how we teach the Twinkle Variations and how we engage and work with parents towards daily practice.

Course full.

Trainer Information

Sachiko Isihara

​Now going on her 23rd year as Executive Director of the Suzuki School of Newton,Sachiko Isihara is a pianist by training earning her Bachelor’s in Piano Performance at New England Conservatory and a Master’s in Piano Performance at Juilliard. She has been a member of SAA since 1984. Her Suzuki training includes being a Kenkyusei in Matsumoto in 1993 and a long term apprenticeship with Colette Daltier in France. Sachiko has completed European Suzuki Level 5. In 2008, she became an SAA Suzuki Piano Teacher Trainer. In 2009 Sachiko became the director of Suzuki By the Green Piano Institute held in Newton, MA. She has served on the Newton Cultural Alliance Board of Directors since 2013, serving as Clerk. She was a 2014 participant of the CAELI Leadership Institute held by the National Guild for Community Arts Education and in 2018 earned the Guild’s Milestone Award.

When

July 27 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM continuing July 29 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Where

Suzuki School of Newton

1615 Beacon Street
Waban MA

Phone: 617-549-8383
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More Info & Contact

Website: suzukinewton.org

Sachiko Isihara, Executive Director

Phone: 617-964-4522
Fax: (617) 969-8918

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