Student Perspectives & Suzuki Student Writing Contest

Sight Reading

September 14, 2011 by Monica Pardeshi

Student Writing Contest Finalist, 12-14 age group I started taking violin lessons at the age of five. Since I played my first piece of sight reading, I knew that it was not going to be easy for me. Sight reading has always… Read more ▶

Something More

September 13, 2011 by Katherine Lee

Student Writing Contest Finalist, 15+ age group Sing for the sake of singing Form the thought of something more. Your strings are there for you to play To grow, to learn, to love. Music is forever, rhythm universal. We can touch the world with simple words. To… Read more ▶

I Have a Music Family

September 13, 2011 by Henry From

Student Writing Contest Finalist, 6-8 age group I have a music family: My mama plays violin and my papa plays violin and piano, and my sister plays piano and violin. But my family is bigger than that! In piano I have Mrs.… Read more ▶

Duet for One

September 12, 2011 by Grace Park

Student Writing Contest Finalist, 9-11 age group When I was eight, my mom asked me and my little sister if we wanted to learn how to play the violin. I was a little nervous, but at the same time I was… Read more ▶

My Memorable Suzuki Moment

September 9, 2011 by Anna Lilly

Student Writing Contest Finalist, 9-11 age group One of my most memorable Suzuki moments happened at the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp Suzuki Institute. On a sunny afternoon during repertoire class in the Pavane, we had a very special visitor. The… Read more ▶

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