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Merry Christmas from Suzuki Strings Cedar City

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Frontier Homestead program on Nov. 5, 2018.  We appreciate the students, teachers, pianists and families involved.  Thanks to the staff at Frontier Homestead for providing this opportunity to share our music.  Videos and photos by Heather Wilhelm, teachers and parents. If you have one you want to share please send to suzukistringscc@gmail.com.

Best wishes for a wonderful Christmas

Video links of the performances:

Blue Bells

My Dreydal

Frosty the Snowman

Here We Come a Caroling featuring the cellists

First Noel

O Come Little Children

Jingle Bells

Silent Night

We Wish You a Merry Christmas





















Thanks to Heather Wilhelm and Samantha Herring for the Christmas group class downstairs

Orchestra Festival 2018

Thanks to everyone who participated.
Links for performances:  Troika Telemann Concerto arranged by Denise Willey










Halloween Fun 2018

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Halloween group class this year.








Regional Workshop and Concert Nov. 2018

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Regional Workshop and Concert.  We appreciate the students, clinicians, teachers, pianists, and families who are involved as well as our wonderful audience.  A few photos and video links below.

Gabriel's Oboe with string orchestra and piano

Country Waltz

Seitz Violin Concerto #5, beginning

Allegro by Fiocco, violin and piano, portion

Cellists play Elves' Dance, portion

Bourrée by Handel

Concert Photos:







Workshop Photos:














Regional Concert on Saturday, Nov. 3, 5 p.m. and You are Invited

Suzuki Strings Presents Regional Concert
You are invited to the Suzuki Strings workshop concert on Saturday, Nov. 3, at 5 p.m. in the Heritage Theater, 105 N. 100 East, in Cedar City. Music ranges from fiddling to classics. The concert features outstanding clinicians and students from age 4 to adult from throughout the region. The suggested donation is $5 and the public is invited.
Movie themes from Gabriel’s Oboe and John Dunbar are on the program as well music by Telemann, Handel, Fiocco and more.The concert includes pieces for the individual instruments as well as the student orchestra.
Denise Willey serves as the orchestra, advanced violin, and viola clinician.She is the founder of the Lyceum Orchestra program, a new Vivace Orchestra program, and is a SAA Registered Teacher Trainer.She has been honored by the American String Teachers Association and served on the Suzuki Association of Utah Board for 30 years. Her “I LOVE to Read Music” literacy series is used internationally.Her six …