Suzuki News

A Collection of Articles for Parents

August 11, 2017

A collection of articles, video transcripts, and podcasts to nurture Suzuki music education. Read more ▶

ProvincialTerritorial Representatives

February 26, 2019

Provincial/Territorial Representatives Représentants des provinces et du territoire James Malmberg, BC Margot Jewell, ON Julia Bowdring, NS Thomas Schoen, AB Josée Desjardins, PQ Sue Irvine, PE Nicole Wilton, SK Angela Mosher Phi, NB Christina Smith, NL Rob Richardson, MB Bryn Knight, YT Read more ▶

Carnival of the Animals  Conference 2018

January 9, 2019

Teachers, Students, Families, add a little Saint Saëns to your evening fun and enjoyment! At the SAA’s 18th Conference in Minneapolis, examples of crowning Suzuki achievements were seen in the performances of our student ensembles. Last May’s lineup included Cello Choir,… Read more ▶

Resources for the Suzuki Researcher

December 19, 2018 by Pat D'Ercole

A riddle for you: What has 102 entries pertaining to the many aspects of Suzuki Method, is easy to find on a website, and is updated every two years? Give up? It’s the Suzuki Bibliography on the website of the… Read more ▶

In Memoriam Mary Craig Powell Article

January 25, 2019

Mary Craig Powell, age 78, of Columbus, passed away January 20th, 2019.  Preceded in death by her parents Braxton and Frances Daughtridge, sister Peggy Daughtridge and husbands Carl Ingling and Claud Powell.  Survived by her husband Jim MacCallum, son John… Read more ▶

Leadership Retreat

January 25, 2019

Creating the Future 2019 “Paving Pathways for Success” will be the theme of the SAA’s 13th Biennial Leadership Retreat. SAA retreats provide participants an opportunity to get to get to know colleagues in a unique setting with inspiring sessions, time for… Read more ▶

In Memoriam Mary Craig Powell

January 21, 2019

It is with great sadness that we inform SAA members of the passing of Mary Craig Powell of Columbus, OH. She was a much beloved Suzuki teacher and Teacher Trainer. As many of you know, she had a long battle… Read more ▶

Parents as Partners Now Open

January 15, 2019

Does this describe you? Are you a Suzuki Teacher who loves to hone your craft? Are you a Suzuki Parent who loves info on parenting communication, practicing games, or raising a “good citizen?” Then Parents as Partners Online 2019 is for… Read more ▶

2nd International Suzuki Teacher Trainers Convention SPAIN

January 14, 2019

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Parents As Partners Registration

January 5, 2019

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The First Suzuki Convention of the Americas has more to offer

December 20, 2018

We are very excited about the response of teachers and students coming from 22 different countries of the Americas. • There are still a few spaces available for the Dalcroze and Reading Enrichment courses, the cost is included in your… Read more ▶

Reflexiones sobre el desarrollo del Mtodo de Suzuki en Santiago de Cuba Decmo el sueo de dos maestras de violn se convirti en realidad

December 19, 2018 by Cecilia Dayana Rosales Prieto

Santiago de Cuba es una ciudad conocida por su rica historia y sus influencias culturales distintivas. Ubicada al suroriente de Cuba, la Capital del Caribe como también se le conoce, es una urbe ecléctica, con más de cinco siglos de… Read more ▶

Reflections on the Advancement of the Suzuki Method in Santiago de CubaHow the dream of two violin teachers became reality

December 19, 2018 by Cecilia Dayana Rosales Prieto

Santiago de Cuba is a city known for its rich history and its distinctive cultural influence. Located in southeast Cuba, with more than five centuries since its founding, this eclectic city is known as the “capital of the Caribbean.” A musical… Read more ▶

Your Teacher is an Undercover Superhero and You Are the Key A special message for students and their parents too

December 19, 2018 by Karen Kubin

This might seem like a stretch, the claim in this title. I mean, your teacher is fabulous, of course: friendly, knowledgeable, skilled—but a superhero? Not exactly! What you do not realize is that she is deep undercover, like Bob Parr… Read more ▶

Early Experiences Elevate Everything What does a pediatrician want Suzukiteachers to know

December 19, 2018 by Kate Einarson

Pediatrician Dipesh Navsaria delivered a fascinating keynote speech at the 2018 SAA Conference that revolved around what he referred to as “the world of the early brain.” He talked about many concepts that Suzuki teachers would find familiar, including the… Read more ▶

GivingTuesday

November 27, 2018

We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We, the Board members of the Suzuki Association of the Americas, are very grateful for all the gifts that music, the Suzuki Method, and childhood music education have brought to our lives. We… Read more ▶

Jogos de Prtica

November 6, 2018 by Kathleen Schoen

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Jogos de Prtica

November 6, 2018 by Kathleen Schoen

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Tocar com propriedade

November 6, 2018 by Edward Kreitman

“Ownership” O que motiva as crianças a tocarem um instrumento musical Fazer com que as crianças queira por elas próprias estudar e dominar uma peça, faz parte de um quadro muito maior do que simplesmente querer que eles dominem uma… Read more ▶

A medida do progresso

November 6, 2018 by Susan Baer

Da serie de videos Pais como parceiros 2016 Quando embarcamos em um projeto tão importante quanto o papel que a musica terá na vida deles, é muito comum ficarmos preocupados se seremos capazes. Uma vez que nossos principais decisões foram tomadas… Read more ▶

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