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June 1, 1973, ASJ 1.2

American Suzuki Journal 1.2

Previously printed in American Suzuki Journal 1.2. Reprinted with permission. Copyright © 1973 Suzuki Association of the Americas, Inc.

Lorraine Fink

Lorraine Fink brings to her private and group teaching a broad background in the field of music and publishing. Specializing in the Suzuki approach since her initial training under Shinichi Suzuki at the Project Super event, Eastman in 1966, she is an SAA Teacher Trainer and has taught at many Institutes and Workshops here and abroad. She has been secretary of the SAA Board, editor of the SAA Journal, and president of the Los Angeles branch (SMAC/LA). Currently she is Suzuki String Coordinator at The Colburn School of Performing Arts in Los Angeles.

During many years in Ohio, she was with the Ability Development Associates publishing company where she was managing editor of Suzuki World magazine and authored several introductory chapters for books dealing with Talent Education.

Degrees in music, and attendance at Juilliard, Music Academy of the West and San Francisco Conservatory contributed to professional playing. Publications include the Quick Steps to Note Reading series for violin, viola and cello, and A Parents Guide to String Instrument Study, plus several string orchestra arrangements of popular violin solos, primarily from the Suzuki repertoire. (Neil Kjos pub.)

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