The Latin America Suzuki Associations Committee informs that on November 19th it met with teachers Andrea Espinzo, teacher trainer from Argentina, and Lidia Blanca, representative and teacher Suzuki from Costa Rica. Both shared their experiences in leading the process of consolidating the associations in their countries. The purpose of the meeting was to enrich the mentoring process for new associations and for countries that wish to promote a Suzuki association in their territory.

News from the Mexican Association of the Suzuki Method (AMMS)

The Mexican Association of the Suzuki Method shares with great joy three projects for the Suzuki community in Mexico. This involves the formation of the Suzuki Mexico Orchestra, the Suzuki Mexico Guitar Orchestra and the Suzuki Mexico Teacher Orchestra, groups that will be of great importance in recognizing the work of each of the teachers, students and parents.

These three projects will strengthen the projection of each participant on a musical level, as well as create bonds of cooperation, communication and coexistence, making the Suzuki community stronger and a living example for others.

The Board of Directors of AMMS shares these three great projects planned especially for the Suzuki community of Mexico, which will be of great inspiration for teachers and students. As an important part of this community, it is essential for the AMMS to have all Suzuki teachers and students in Mexico come together, participate, share, and make music together for all families.

For the student orchestra, there will be two in-person camps—one for study and integration and the other for final presentation—in spring and summer.

The teacher orchestra will present an online workshop every two months and then attend the summer camp in person.

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The Qantu Cultural Association (Peru) is celebrating its anniversary!

The Qantu Cultural Association, recognized by the Suzuki Association of Peru, is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The pioneer Suzuki school in the city of Cusco has been developing intense uninterrupted activity in the education of children and young people, supporting Dr. Shinichi Suzuki’s dream that music favors the formation of better human beings. In these 25 years, the school has been working based on the inclusion of all children, their families and their cultural heritage, seeking to build bridges between Western culture and their own cultures. A large purpose is to promote the intercultural dialogue that Peru so desperately needs.

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We reaffirm our warmest invitation to all Latin American countries that work with the Suzuki Method to send information about all the actions they have been carrying out (organization of their associations, events, and activities that are being programmed, etc.) in order to share them in the next posts. This information can be sent to the email: [javascript protected email address].