Intermountain Suzuki String Institute

Intermountain Suzuki String InstituteIntermountain Suzuki String Institute
Draper, UT
www.issisuzuki.org

We are a string music camp inspiring young musicians to achieve their potential. We have over 600 participants annually. This year’s guest artists will be Paul Aguilar on violin, Amy Sue Barston on cello and the Fry Street Quartet.

We are excited to be back in-person for 2023 for students and teachers.

Please join us for fun, music making and memories to last a lifetime!

 

No upcoming events. Please check back later for future events.

 

Scholarships

ISSI Student Scholarships

For Students, Amount: Half tuition, Application due: February 15
All scholarship applications are completed electronically. Please go to https://issisuzuki.org/798-2/ to complete the application. You will need to have an audition piece of your choosing uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo and have the link to your video available to place in the application. The deadline for all scholarship applications is February 15th. This assistance is available for students who truly could not attend without it. Financial need is the top priority in awarding financial assistance. Ability will be the second consideration. Even if you are not awarded a scholarship, you will be allowed to register without penalty. Please note: Any student or teacher awarded a scholarship will be required to help with institute week including sitting at the scholarship table, helping with t-shirts, any other need that we have. If you are not willing to help, please do not apply. No full scholarships are awarded. You will be expected to supply the balance of tuition.

ISSI Teacher Scholarships

For Teachers, Amount: Half to full tuition, Application due: February 15
All scholarship applications are completed electronically. Please go to https://issisuzuki.org/798-2/ to complete the application. You will need to have an audition piece of your choosing uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo and have the link to your video available to place in the application. The deadline for all scholarship applications is February 15th. This assistance is available for students who truly could not attend without it. Financial need is the top priority in awarding financial assistance. Ability will be the second consideration. Even if you are not awarded a scholarship, you will be allowed to register without penalty. Please note: Any teacher awarded a scholarship will be required to help with institute week including sitting at the scholarship table, helping with t-shirts, any other need that we have. If you are not willing to help, please do not apply. You are eligible to apply if you are a member of the Suzuki Association of Utah (SAU), have an active studio of 10 students and have completed ECC and Book One prior to Institute. If you do not meet these requirements, see the SAA website for SAA sponsored teacher scholarships. * Peter Moench Cello Teacher Workshop Memorial Scholarship: Donated by friends of the Lou and Deborah Moench family. This scholarship is open to all members of SAA. Membership in SAU is not required. * Ramona Stirling Scholarship Fund: Donated by friends of Ramona Stirling. This scholarship is open to teachers beginning their training journey to help offset costs.

Address

Juan Diego Catholic High School
300 E 11800 S
Draper UT 84020
USA

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Faculty

 

More Info & Contacts

Website:
www.issisuzuki.org

Lauren Posey, Executive Director

Phone: 801-699-2217
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Leslie Thackeray, Teacher Workshop Specialist

Phone: 801-824-2563
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