Greater Washington Suzuki Institute

A Survey of Supplemental Literature for Use with Suzuki Books 5 and Up
Jun 2125, 2021 in Washington, DC
at Greater Washington Suzuki Institute


A Survey of Supplemental Literature for Use with Suzuki Books 5 and Up: Violin

Instructor: Timothy Durbin,

Event Description

This course will look at important literature for the Suzuki Violin teacher to add to their curriculums to ensure that the student is learning all standard violin techniques, idioms, and stylistic periods. Pieces will be played in class and analyzed for appropriate level of use, what technical ideas are presented, what musical ideas are developed and which pieces are the most dense with material to use in developing an intermediate student into the advanced level of violin playing. It will include detailed analysis of complete works for teaching points and ideas incorporated into the pieces.

Price: $275.00

17 enrolled out of 20 maximum.

See contact information below to sign up.

Trainer Information

Dr. Timothy (Terry) Durbin’s unique brand of teaching excellence makes him one of the most sought-after clinicians/conductors throughout the world. With infectious enthusiasm and inspired musicianship, he brings smiles and laughter to students throughout the United States and around the world.  His dynamic teaching career includes over 1000 workshops and institutes! His performance and teaching career stretches across the United States and Canada into Bermuda, Germany, Italy, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore, and he has recorded two CDs, including the complete chamber music of Marcel Dupre for the Naxos label. He has been appointed principal conductor of the Cave Run Symphony Orchestra beginning with the 2016 season. He has directed the South Dakota and Montana All State Orchestras. He is the holder of the American Suzuki Institute Suzuki Chair Award for 2013. Terry Durbin is also an accomplished composer and notable arranger.


Monday, June 21 to Friday, June 25, , 2021


This event will be held online.

Greater Washington Suzuki Institute

3609 Woodley Rd NW
National Cathedral School
Washington DC 20016

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More Info & Contact


Adrienne Rene Caravan, Business Director

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David Strom, Musical/Educational Director

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Stephanie Flack, Musical/Educational Director

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