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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 …

Workshop Schedule For Nov. 2 and 3, 2018

Friday, Nov. 2 Regional Suzuki Strings Workshop & Concert Heritage Center/Festival Hall Conference Center Room 7, enter by office on southwest corner of building and go upstairs or from 2nd floor of parking garage by Festival Hall sign Arrive at least 10 minutes before class to be ready, sit quietly and listen when it’s a piece you do not know yet. Conference Center Room 2 enter by office on southwest corner of building and go upstairs or from 2nd floor of parking garage by Festival Hall sign 3 p.m.
(Some of you may need to arrange to get out of school early to be on time.) Cello: Catherine Anne Willey Schulzke, guest clinician Elfintanz (Elf Dance)
Angus Campbell
John Dunbar Theme
Perpetual Motion (beginners open D) Melany Jeffs, pianist Advanced Violin: Denise Willey, guest clinician Allegro by Fiocco 2nd Seitz Gavotte in D Major Gavotte from “Mignon” Karaly Whitesel, piano 4 p.m.