Nosotras somos niñas Suzuki - Tía y sobrina, Manuela y Camila, de Argentina - We are Suzuki kids - Aunt and niece, Manuela and Camila from Argentina

Soy Manuela Iparraguirre de Argentina. Comencé a estudiar guitarra a través del Método Suzuki cuando tenía 8 años. En 2008 tuve la oportunidad de formar parte del Ensamble Suzuki Latinoamericano, en Minneapolis, US. En ese momento decidí que quería ser una profesora y guitarrista profesional. Entre 2010 y 2014 fui parte de otros festivales Suzuki en Perú, Argentina y US. Ahora estoy comenzando a enseñar guitarra a través del Método Suzuki. Camila es mi sobrina y una de mis estudiantes. Nosotros disfrutamos mucho de nuestras prácticas juntas.
I´m Manuela Iparraguirre from Argentina. I began studying guitar through Suzuki Method when I was 8 years old. In 2008 I had the opportunity to be part of the Latin American Suzuki Ensamble, in Minneapolis, US. At that time I decided that I would be a professional guitar player and teacher. Between 2010 and 2014 I have been part of other Suzuki festivals in Perú, Argentina and the US. Now, I am beginning to teach how to play the guitar through the Suzuki Method. Camila is my niece and she is one of my students. We really enjoy our rehearsals together.

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