Dr. Shinichi Suzuki and Dr. Päivi Kukkamäki in Japan 1986

Dr. Shinichi Suzuki and Dr. Päivi Kukkamäki in Japan 1986

Suzuki Voice Program since 1986. During these 26 years we have participated 41 conferences, conventions and / or workshops. Suzuki Voice students have sung in 15 countries, and we have trained Suzuki Voice Teachers from 20 countries. We are very much looking forward to 16th Suzuki World Convention in Japan in 2013.

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Paivi Kukkamaki

Päivi Kukkamäki is the founder of the Suzuki Voice Program, which she started 1986 in Finland with the support of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki and Waltraud Suzuki. Kukkamaki has a Doctor of Music Degree from Sibelius University 2003. She is a chairperson of the International Suzuki Voice Committee and a registered Suzuki Voice Teacher Trainer of ESA, PPSA and SAA. She has graduated from Sibelius University with the highest degree in singing 1988. Her teachers have been opera singers Jorma Hynninen, Raili Kostiaa and Birgit Nilsson.

Dr. Kukkamaki has given lectures, workshops and teacher training in 15 countries (Asia, Australia, Europe, Latin-America and USA), participated in 41 international Conventions/workshops and trained Suzuki Voice Teachers from 20 countries. Kukkamaki has directed 10 opera or musical productions. Most recently in 2013 she was awarded an honorary medal of a Knight of the Order of The White Rose of Finland. www.suzukivoice.com

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