Outreach

Detroit Youth Volume Interview with Founder Clara Hardie

February 1, 2017 by Dan Browning

One of the best parts of SAA Conferences and Leadership Retreats is the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends with others in the Suzuki world who are doing new and exciting things. I met one such young… Read more ▶

Music and Social Responsibility

June 17, 2015 by Mark George

Do musicians have a special responsibility to serve their community? This is a question I have asked myself throughout my more than thirty year career as a musician, music teacher and arts administrator. Music is a language that is at once… Read more ▶

Reaching Out

April 17, 2014 by Ellen Kogut

Every two years, hundreds of Suzuki teachers descend upon the Minneapolis Hilton for the Suzuki Association of the Americas Conference. The Conference offers presentations, workshops, masterclasses, and performances, as well as the incredible opportunity to connect with colleagues from all… Read more ▶

A Special Send Off for WWII Veterans Barcel Suzuki String Academy Performs for Honor Flights

September 18, 2013 by Renee Riddle

Pablo Casals, the world famous cellist, once said, “Perhaps it is music that will save the world.” The students of the Barcel Suzuki String Academy, located in the suburbs of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, are learning the impact music has on the… Read more ▶

Leadership in the Suzuki Community through Empowering Others Leadership Retreat Recap

June 19, 2013 by Marilyn Kesler

How can we lead in our Suzuki communities by empowering others? Read more ▶

Suzuki Concert at the Washington State Capitol

May 2, 2013 by Katrin St Clair

On an unusually sunny Saturday, March 23, in Olympia, Washington, children of all ages climbed the steep steps of our state capitol building with violin, viola and cello cases. They traveled up to three hours to participate in the second annual “Suzuki Concert at the Capitol.” Read more ▶

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 ▶

Strings in Kenya

August 11, 2011 by Libby Felts

Growing up in the rural Kithoka community in central Kenya, Bishop Lawi Imathiu didn’t have the opportunity to go to high school. Until 2005, when the bishop founded the Bishop Lawi Imathiu Secondary School, a step in fulfilling the bishop’s vision of bringing education back home in Kenya. Read more ▶

From Quebec to Guatemala with Music

January 1, 2010 by Melanie Grenier

The first victim of my attempts to teach the violin was my own sister. She was six and I was sixteen. Not yet knowing any better, I used the old fashioned method of teaching. My sister nevertheless attained a decent… Read more ▶

Fundacin Gisela Assisting the Children of the Dominican Republic

November 1, 2006 by Irene Mitchell

This summer, Suzuki students from Puerto Rico performed an outreach mission to give the gift of music to children of the Dominican Republic. This was the dream of Gisela Garcia, a young Suzuki teacher in Puerto Rico who lost her… Read more ▶

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