Cello Unit 2
Sep 3Oct 22, 2021 in Jacksonville, FL
at University of North Florida/Dr. Nick Curry


Cello Unit 2

Instructor: Avi Friedlander

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Phone: 847-323-8974

Additional Schedule Information

September 3rd 12:00-3:00 (Central Time)
September 17th 12:00-3:00
October 1st 12:00-3:00
October 8th 12:00-3:00
October 22nd 12:00-3:00

Event Description

Book Two Training with Avi Friedlander! This class will be online and is open to all cellists that have completed ECC and Suzuki cello book 1 training.

Prerequisite course:

Cello Unit 1

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

Deadline: All audition materials must be submitted by August 20 *

Course full.

Trainer Information

Avi Friedlander

Well known as a Suzuki cello workshop and institute clinician, Avi Friedlander teaches a variety of methods from classical to jazz and rock. Mr. Friedlander is the director of the Barston Suzuki Center at the Music Institute of Chicago, a Suzuki teacher trainer, teaches Suzuki Pedagogy faculty at RooseveltUniversity/Music Institute of Chicago and teaches string pedagogy at the University of North Florida. His primary teachers have included Anthony Elliott, Stephen Geber, Irene Sharp, Tanya Carey and David Premo and he has also worked with Richard Aaron, Hans Jensen, Janos Starker and Bernard Greenhouse. Mr. Friedlander has studied improvisation methods with Eugene Friesen from the Berkley College, Stephan Braun from Berlin and Tim Kliphuis from Amsterdam. In addition to his own compositions, Mr. Friedlander is the author of his method books, “chopping around” and “pizzing around”, which introduce alternative styles to cellist.


Friday, September 3 to Friday, October 22, , 2021


This event will be held online.

University of North Florida/Dr. Nick Curry

3823 Painted Bunting Way
Jacksonville FL 32224-6850

Phone: 847-323-8974
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Nick Curry, Professor

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