Greater Washington Suzuki Institute

Supplemental Repertoire
Violin Books 6—8
Jul 812, 2024 in Alexandria, VA
at Greater Washington Suzuki Institute


Supplemental Repertoire: Violin Books 6 - 8

Instructor: Charles Krigbaum

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Event Description

As stated in Volumes 6 – 8 of the Suzuki Violin School, “Dr. Suzuki frequently included Classical, Romantic, and Modern repertoire from outside the Suzuki Violin School in his teaching, both in individual and group lessons, and for solo recitals and festival concerts.” A wide variety of supplemental repertoire can enhance and expand the excellent pedagogical progression found in the ten volumes, while also enriching a student’s musical experience and technical development.

With selections from the SAA’s Supplemental Repertoire List for Volumes 6 – 8, some wonderful forgotten gems, and other tried-and-true steppingstones to the standard violin repertoire, Charles Krigbaum will present a 10-hour course covering the teaching points, detailed practice plans, and technical preparation leading to the successful step-by-step teaching of developmentally appropriate supplemental violin repertoire.

Through demonstration, performance, analysis, and discussion, teachers will examine the following works:

D’AMBROSIO • Canzonetta Op. 6, No. 1, BACEWICZ • Concertino, BARTOK • An Evening in the Village, BARTOK • Sonatine, de BÉRIOT • Concerto No. 9 in A minor, BURLEIGH • Four Small Concert Pieces, BURLEIGH • Impromtu, COPLAND • Hoe-Down from Rodeo, ELGAR • Salut d ’Amour, GARDNER • From the Canebreak, HAYDN • Concerto No. 4 in G Major, HOVHANESS • Oror, KABALEVSKY • Concerto in C Major, KOMAROWSKI • Concerto No. 2 in A Major, KROLL • Three Violin Pieces in the First Position: Contra Dance, Donkey Doodle, and Peter Rabbit, PIAZOLLA • Melodia en La menor, TEN HAVE • Allegro Brilliant, VIVALDI • Spring from The Four Seasons, WIENIAWSKI • Romance from Concerto No. 2 in D minor, and WIENIAWSKI • Obertass Mazurka and MORE!

Price: $275.00

7 enrolled out of 20 maximum.

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Trainer Information

Charles Krigbaum

Charles Krigbaum is the Founder and Co-Director of the North Texas School of Talent Education, a private Suzuki violin and viola program located in Parker, TX. He is a Teacher Trainer for the SAA, and has proudly served on the Board of Directors for the North Texas Suzuki Association in many roles.


Monday, July 8 to Friday, July 12, , 2024


This event will be held online.

Greater Washington Suzuki Institute

3301 Netherton Dr.
NOVA Alexandria Campus-Fine Arts Building
Alexandria VA 22311

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Adrienne Rene Caravan, Board Chair

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David Strom, Musical/Educational Director

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Elizabeth George, Business Director

Phone: 703-590-8145
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