Violins at Teatro Juarez

Students perform at the historic Teatro Juarez in Guanajuato, Mexico.

Image by Leslie Mizrahi

Leslie Mizrahi

Leslie Mizrahi has led the Suzuki Piano program at her school, Instituto Suzuki Vive la Musica, for nine years. In May 2020, Instituto Suzuki Vive la Musica will celebrate its tenth anniversary. Leslie began her four-year term as president of the Mexican Suzuki Association in 2017 and was the director of the 1st Suzuki Convention of the Americas, Cancun, May 2019. She has registered Suzuki Piano training up to Unit Seven, as well as SECE Stages One, Two, and Three, as well as several practicum and enrichment courses, mostly with Caroline Fraser. Her training also includes Kodály, Orff and Dalcroze pedagogies. Her students have participated in diverse festivals and encuentros in Peru, Costa Rica, US, and Mexico; some have continued their musical studies professionally, both in the classical and popular genres. Leslie has taught piano masterclasses in several cities in Mexico and in Lima, Peru.

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