American Suzuki Journal 42.2

Published February 2014

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American Suzuki Journal 42.2

Features

Mark Jackobs' Journey from the Preucils to the Cleveland Orchestra Comes Full Circle

Mark Jackobs’ Journey from the Preucils to the Cleveland Orchestra Comes Full Circle

William Kanengiser: Balancing a Successful Solo Career with World-Class Ensemble and Orchestra Performances

William Kanengiser: Balancing a Successful Solo Career with World-Class Ensemble and Orchestra Performances

Conference

SYOA: A Spotlight

SYOA: A Spotlight

Energy. Brilliance. Exuberance. Tone. That is what you can expect to experience at the final concert presented by the Suzuki Youth Orchestras of the Americas at the SAA Conference this May. Read more ▶

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Hearts That Sing in Every Language

Dr. Suzuki encouraged us to devote our efforts to educating children to have beautiful hearts and noble souls. Is there any greater calling than this? The connections within our Suzuki community give us the resources to make this task easier. Read more ▶

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Why Support the Latin American Suzuki Ensemble?

Help us realize Dr. Suzuki's vision of developing understanding, tolerance, and world peace through the joy of music. Read more ▶

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Meet the Preucils

Who are the Preucils? Bill and Doris and their four children, each of whom became a professional musician and married a professional musician, and nine grandchildren, breathing the air of music in the home and some of them coming to… Read more ▶


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Columns

Chair's Column

A smile is a wonderful thing for so many reasons. So is a compliment. People know when a smile or a compliment is sincere. There are friends and colleagues who we admire because they are consistently positive in their relationships… Read more ▶

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Ask, Don't Tell

Ask, Don’t Tell

Nurturing the Whole Child

Nurturing the Whole Child

Teaching & Learning

Especially for New Teachers

Especially for New Teachers

How do the Suzuki Method, Africa and Orphans go together?

How do the Suzuki Method, Africa and Orphans go together?

A Matter of Trust: Building Strong Working Relationships with Transfer Students

A Matter of Trust: Building Strong Working Relationships with Transfer Students

Got Students?

Got Students?

Repeat, and Repeat Again: Suzuki Teachers on the Value of Repeating Unit Courses

A hallmark value of the Suzuki learning community is our commitment to lifelong learning. Shinichi Suzuki believed that we become teachers at one hundred years of age, and until that point, we are all students. He was known for greeting… Read more ▶

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Suzuki Institutes Work for You!

Suzuki Institutes Work for You!

Viewpoints

Back and Forth Like a Choo-Choo Train

Back and Forth Like a Choo-Choo Train

Air Force Wife and Suzuki Teaching Life

Air Force Wife and Suzuki Teaching Life

Stories, Poems & Tributes

Remembering Eleanor Allen

Remembering Eleanor Allen