Cherie Larson

Cherie Larson

Cherie Larson (an Edmontonian) has been teaching with the Suzuki method 35+yrs. She was fortunate enough to watch Dr. Suzuki teach in Japan, Edmonton and in the States. Cherie began piano at age four and violin at age seven and in her teens, added both the viola and the organ. She has served as the Music Director of the Edmonton Society for Talent Education, has taught at the Suzuki Charter School, plays organ/piano at a church, and plays piano for 5 community choirs. She also accompanies recitals and concerts, is actively playing all four instruments and has a studio of 15+ students with the Society for Talent Education (mostly viola with some violin). She has worked as a clinician in Brandon, Camrose, Grande Prairie, Red Deer, New Denver, Prince George and Winnipeg and has written articles featured in the SAA Journal and in “Winning Ways”.

In Memoriam Thomas Edmund Rolston

In Memoriam: Thomas Edmund Rolston

Suzuki Marks Its 40th Year in Edmonton

August 1, 2005 by Cherie Larson

“In the early 1960’s, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and the Western World was a relatively lonely place to be a serious string player. As a violinist, teacher and concert-master I too felt the strong need to be part of a living… Read more ▶

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