Cello Unit 1
Dec 27, 2022Jan 15, 2023 in Sierra Madre
at Studio of Trina Carey Hodgson


Cello Unit 1

Instructor: Trina Carey Hodgson

Event Contact & Sign up

Email: [javascript protected email address]
Phone: 626-372-2022

Additional Schedule Information

All times are Pacific Time:
December 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 [8:00am—12:00pm]
January 7 [8:00-12:00 class; 1:00-5:00pm individ. practicals]
January 8, 15 [1:00pm—5:00pm]

- ECC plus SAA Audition and Membership Pre-requisites link
- 100% attendance in the 28 hours of the course
- Submission of 15 hours observation
- 2 Book Reports [ Nurtured by Love, and Ability Development from Age Zero]
- Practical
- Summary Final Report

Prerequisite course:

Every Child Can!, or Filosofía

Audition: Cello Basic, or Cello Intermediate, or Cello Comprehensive.

Deadline: All audition materials must be submitted by December 13 *

Signup closed.

Trainer Information

Trina Carey Hodgson

Trina Carey Hodgson is well known in the Suzuki community, invited to teach at workshops in the United States, Europe and Asia. Currently a registered Teacher Trainer, she has been involved in the Suzuki movement since her youth. She received pedagogy training with Tanya Carey, Rick Mooney, Gilda Barson, and Irene Sharp. Her two children, raised in the Suzuki Style, are pursuing their desired career paths in engineering and music respectively. Mrs. Hodgson is an active performing cellist in Los Angeles with a wide range of performing experience. Having studied at the Eastman School of Music, University of Illinois and the University of California, her primary teachers include Tanya Carey, Ron Leonard, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, and Paul Katz. Mrs. Hodgson uses accelerated learning techniques in her trainings and believes that together we can make a positive impact on the world through music. Her approach strives to model Suzuki’s call to excellence.


Tuesday, December 27, , 2022 to Sunday, January 15, , 2023


This event will be held online.

Studio of Trina Carey Hodgson

361 E Highland Ave
Sierra Madre 91024

Phone: 626-372-2022
[javascript protected email address]

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