Caroline Fraser

Caroline Fraser

Caroline Fraser is from Scotland. She graduated from Edinburgh University with a Bachelor of Music degree and studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London, obtaining the diplomas Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music (piano) and Licentiate of the Royal College of Music (violin). She obtained a Masters of Music degree with Kodaly emphasis from Holy Names University (HNU) in California. From 1992 until 1999 she was lecturer in music theory at HNU, where she continues to direct the Summer Suzuki Piano Teacher Training Institute. Caroline is an ESA, SAA and ARSO teacher trainer. She currently lives in Lima, Peru and is a Latin American liaison for the SAA. She has given teacher training courses all over Latin America and the USA, in Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia. She is passionate about promoting a natural approach to teaching music reading and theory for Suzuki students, frequently giving courses on these topics.

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Gracias Celia

Gracias, Celia

Philosophy Course Huanuco Peru July 2629 2006

August 1, 2006 by Caroline Fraser

“I can state without being afraid of being wrong that instead of understanding the Mother Tongue Approach, we have to feel it, talk about it and live it, until it becomes part of our very being.” —Marcos Santiago, philosophy class participant I… Read more ▶

XXI International Suzuki Festival held in Lima Peru

May 1, 2006 by Caroline Fraser

January 10th-25th, 2006 The Suzuki Association of Peru is very grateful to the SAA and to those who donated to the Latin American Suzuki Scholarship fund. The results of this generosity of spirit are immeasurable and far-reaching. Over sixty foreign scholarship… Read more ▶

III National Workshop Lima

February 1, 2006 by Caroline Fraser

November 12 and 13, 2005 The Suzuki Association of Peru is committed to spreading the Suzuki philosophy throughout the country, including those regions where people are geographically and economically disadvantaged. Our Association sponsors two national workshops during the year, in addition… Read more ▶

Report from Peru June 2005

August 1, 2005 by Caroline Fraser

“I’d rather be a sparrow than a snail…” made famous by Simon and Garfunkel, is actually a Peruvian composition, “El condor pasa” written by Daniel Alomia Robles from Huánuco. The Second National Suzuki Workshop in Peru was held in the… Read more ▶

Book Review For Me With You A Piano Duet Book by Belinda Reynolds

Book Review: For Me With You, A Piano Duet Book by Belinda Reynolds

Novedades de America Latina

May 1, 2005 by Margarita de Troetsch, Caroline Fraser, Claudia Woll

Compilado por Caroline Fraser; traducido por Caroline Fraser y Claudia Woll, Perú y Margarita Troetsch, Panamá Taller de Lectura Musical, Santiago, Chile; 3-6 de enero del 2005 Por Blancamaria Montecinos, Presidenta, Asociación Suzuki de Chile En esta oportunidad invitamos a Caroline Fraser a… Read more ▶

January Events in Latin America

May 1, 2005 by Caroline Fraser

Translated by Caroline Fraser and Claudia Woll, Peru and Margarita Troetsch, Panama Music Reading Worskshop in Santiago, Chile; January 3-6, 2005 By Blancamaria Montecinos, President, Suzuki Association of Chile We invited Caroline Fraser to teach. We had been missing her, as we had… Read more ▶

Latin American Update

Latin American Update

Latin American Update

August 1, 2004 by Caroline Fraser

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Latin American Update

Latin American Update

Novedades de Amrica Latina

Novedades de América Latina

Latin American Update

February 1, 2004 by Caroline Fraser

Compiled by Caroline Fraser Guanajuato, Mexico Etna Diemecke, attended the January 2003 Suzuki International Festival in Lima, Peru, as a scholarship recipient. She returned to Guanajuato, Mexico, determined to organize a similar event there and she did it! Thanks to the seeds… Read more ▶

Latin American Update

Latin American Update

Latin American Update

Latin American Update

Novedades de Amrica Latina

Novedades de América Latina

Latin American Update

November 1, 2002 by Caroline Fraser

Caroline Fraser and Roberta Centurion, translators Despite the economic crisis which Latin America is experiencing, Suzuki programs continue to grow and flourish. Due to this crisis many places have had to cancel plans for offering teacher training courses, while other courses… Read more ▶

XVII International Suzuki Festival

August 1, 2002 by Caroline Fraser

The XVI Festival Suzuki, held in Lima, Peru, was a resounding success by all accounts. Teachers, students and parents left the festival full of energy, resolve, and renewed dedication. All were impressed by the spirit of friendship, cooperation and support… Read more ▶

Second Latin American Suzuki Teachers Conference

August 1, 2002 by Caroline Fraser

From Roberta Centurion, International Representative, Suzuki Association of Peru, SAA Latin American Liaison More than forty Suzuki Teachers from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Peru, Uruguay and the United States came together for the Second Latin American Suzuki Teachers’… Read more ▶

Latin American Update

Latin American Update

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