Violins at Teatro Juarez

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

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Leslie Mizrahi

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Leslie Mizrahi has been a Suzuki piano teacher since 2005.
Her music school Instituto Suzuki Vive la Musica celebrated its V anniversary in May 2015.
Leslie has been a member of the board of directors of the Mexican Suzuki Association since August 2010. She became a certified Suzuki piano teacher in 2005 and has registered up to book 5, plus different enrichment courses such as group lessons, music reading, and practicum courses. Leslie has been part of diverse workshops and courses at the Kodály center at HNU, the Orff pedagogy at the San Francisco School, as well as Early Music Stimulation in Peru and Dalcroze pedagogy at Centro Escolar Cedros in Mexico City. Her students have participated in diverse Suzuki workshops internationally: Peru, Costa Rica, USA and different cities in Mexico. She was part of the directive committee for the 3er Latin American Suzuki Student´s Encuentro in Peru 2015. She has been invited to teach piano master classes in different schools and festivals both, nationally and internationally: Acapulco, Mexico City, Monterrey City, Querétaro City and Lima, Perú.

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