James Hutchins

James Hutchins

James Hutchins lives in Maryland, with his wonderful and gorgeous wife and his fabulous and entertaining son. He grew up in the Suzuki Method, has been a Suzuki teacher for over 25 years and is a proud Suzuki dad. James is a registered teacher trainer who has taught at workshops and classes around the world, including Japan, South Korea, Iceland, Peru, Lithuania, Singapore, Malaysia, Bermuda, the Bahamas and throughout the States. His studio has performed for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the White House, at the National Zoo and Aquarium, the U.S. and Maryland State Capitols, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Millennium Stage and with the National Symphony at The Kennedy Center. They have also played the National Anthem for the Orioles, Wizards and Nationals. James also had the honor of performing for Dr. and Mrs. Suzuki at their home in Japan.

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Violin at the Conference

Violin at the Conference

SAAs 16th Biennial Conference  Clinicians

SAA’s 16th Biennial Conference—Clinicians

Suzuki Violinists Perform at the Historic Maryland State House

December 19, 2012 by James Hutchins

The Perpetual Motion Suzuki Strings were honored to perform Christmas, Hanukkah and Suzuki pieces in the Capitol building rotunda for the State House by Candlelight concert. Read more ▶

Were sinkingWe ALL have to vote right now tomorrow and every day

July 16, 2010 by James Hutchins

Hello again my extended Suzuki family! We’re sinking! It’s not working! We in the Suzuki Method succeed with one-point teaching. The ONE point is to vote every day to get this FREE grant! Instructions Go to www.refresheverything.com/everychildcan Click the “Vote for this idea” button. If you… Read more ▶

Perpetual Pennies for Dr Suzukis Childrens Fund

Perpetual Pennies for Dr. Suzuki’s Children’s Fund

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