Tag: Group Class

Cultivating Ownership

Below are some strategies from my notes from a lecture by Ed Kreitman to help parents cultivate student ownership of their instrument study: Offer encouraging, focused feedback as well as general praise to encourage students to work with purpose. Recognize and praise effort. Make success possible.  Begin practice with the easier material, question.   Confident learners

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Spring 2016 Recital Day!

I am super proud of the work of my students this year!  We gave a great concert yesterday!  I am so grateful to all the parents and family and friends who well supported practice and lessons this past year and to Sarah Trouslard for accompanying the recital! Our Program Pieces: Humoresque Chorus Minuet 1 Allegro Rhody Twinkle

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Jingle Bells Arrangement

Attached are parts for a string trio (2 violins and cello)  arrangement for Jingle Bells for beginning sightreaders.  The second violin part place a g natural on the e string, but otherwise violin fingerings stick to A / D major tapes.  The cello part is slightly more complex. Jingle_Bells_parts jingle_score

Group Class Primer

The Suzuki Method is based on the combination of a weekly private lesson and group classes.   The group classes serve to motivate and inspire students of all levels and ages. The class curriculum focuses on development and review of violin techniques relevant to students of all levels.  In the group classes beginning students can

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Suzuki Violin Group Class Schedule for Fall 2015 – Spring 2016

The Suzuki Method is based on the combination of a weekly private lesson and group classes.   The group classes serve to motivate and inspire students of all levels and ages. The class curriculum focuses on development and review of violin techniques relevant to students of all levels and ages.  In the group classes beginning

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