Instruction is available for Suzuki students of all ages and levels who study during the year with a trained Suzuki teacher. Students will receive individual instruction in a shared master class format. Group instruction, focusing on the development of tone production and technical fluency, occurs in small classes. Repertoire is polished for the Celebration Concert in a large group class. Students may also choose from a wide array of enrichment classes and special workshops.
Students will be involved with Suzuki core classes and activities for a minimum of three hours during each day and may choose to participate in enrichment classes as well as activities in the evenings. Families may check in and register between 1:00 and 5:00 on Sunday, June 23. The Student Program begins with the Opening Ceremony at 6:00 PM on Sunday, June 23 and ends at 8:00 P.M. on Friday evening, June 28, following the Celebration Concert. All campus lodging plans include a Friday (June 28) night stay.
Performance opportunities are available for all students through play-ins, the Honors Solo Recital, informal solo recitals, and the Suzuki Celebration Concert.
Student can choose from a wide selection of optional enrichment classes as they appear on the Student Registration form. Options include
Music Mind Games - Music Mind Games is a curriculum of games for teaching music theory and reading. Music Mind Games makes music theory easy to understand and most of all, it is really fun. Students learn sophisticated concept involving rhythm, dictation, note reading, and sight-singing through a nurturing teaching philosophy, sequential pedagogical concepts, and mind-stimulating games.
College Prep Music Theory - Get ready for college or other advanced music study with this overview of Theory skills.
Flute Choir - As a member of the Suzuki Institute Flute Choir, you will discover the many members of the flute family from piccolo all the way down to the bass flute. Enjoy the beautiful sound of a large flute choir while developing your skills in sight-reading and ensemble playing.
Advanced Chamber Ensemble - Coached by Flute Force-member Wendy Stern, this class will challenge and build your skills as a chamber musician as you learn to listen for balance, adjust intonation, set tempos, cue entrances, match tone quality, and be part of a tight, intimate musical ensemble.
Orchestral Excerpts Class - Study the basic orchestral excerpts that are required for auditions at every level. You will learn about the orchestral repertoire and how the flute part fits with the whole. You will learn about the orchestral repertoire and how the flute part fits with the whole. You will also learn strategies for practicing the excerpts and for preparing for an audition.
Yoga for Musicians – From breathing to stretching, yoga can prepare us to play and can help us recover from a practice session or a performance. Learn strategies that will improve your physical approach to flute and help you stay relaxed while practicing and performing.
Because of the essential role of the Suzuki parent in the success of the child, the Institute offers a parent education program at no additional charge. Speakers will present lectures and lead discussions on topics dealing with Suzuki parenting, child development, and other related issues. Special emphasis will be given to age-specific topics.
A parent or caregiver must be available to attend all classes with Suzuki students. Unless enrolled in the Teen Dorm, all children, students and siblings, under the age of 18 must be accompanied by and under the supervision of their parent, legal guardian or adult chaperone at all times. The registration form must indicate who will serve in this capacity for each child.
|Book 1||Book 2|
Anything previous to
|101||Mary Had A Little Lamb||202||Minuet in G Minor (Bach)|
|103||Kagome, Kagome||204||Minuet in B Minor (Bach)|
|104||Cuckoo||205||Last Rose of Summer|
|106||Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star||207||Melancholic Fantasy|
|107||Go Tell Aunt Rhody||208||Carnival of Venice (Allegretto)|
|111||Long, Long Ago||212||On Wings of Song|
|113||Moon Over the Ruined Castle|
|Book 3||Book 4|
|302||Orphee et Eurydice||402||Siciliano|
|303||Serenade (Drigo)||403||Minute (Handel)|
|306||Serenade a Pierrette||406||Allemande|
|307||Minute from L'Arlesienne||407||Gavotte|
|Book 5||Book 6|
|503||Bouree I & II||603||Bandinerie|
|Book 7||Book 8|
Carnival of Venice
|801||Concerto in G (Quantz)|
|702||By the Book||802||Fantasie (Faure)|
|703||Hungarian Pastoral Fantasie|
|Book 9||Book 10|
Concerto in D (Mozart) I. Allegro aperto
|1001||Grand Solo No. 3 (Tulou)|
|902||Concerto in D (Mozart) II. Andante ma non troppo||1002||Concertino (Chaminade)|
|903||Concerto in D (Mozart) III. Allegro|
|Book 11||Book 12|
Concerto in G (Mozart) I. Allegro maestoso
|1201||Tremolo Air Varie|
|1102||Concerto in G (Mozart) II. Adagio non troppo||1202||Fantasie Melancholique|
|1103||Concerto in G (Mozart) III. Rondo||1203||Fantaisie (Hue)|
|Book 13||Book 14|