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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.
Orchestra: 
Denise Willey, guest clinician
Telemann concerto
Troika by Prokofiev
Gabriel's Oboe
Melany Jeffs, piano 
Violins who are not in Orchestra:  
Lara Willey, guest clinician
Etude Happy Farmer
Bourrée  by Handel
Country Waltz
Gavotte from “Mignon”
Mary Cozzens, pianist
5 p.m.
Large Group:
Denise Willey, guest
Twinkle Variation A in Key of D, Theme in Key of A
Blue Bells
Star Spangled Banner
Lightly Row with harmony
O Come Little Children
Etude Happy Farmer
Bourrée  by Handel
Country Waltz
Mary Cozzens, piano
Beginning Class: 
Lara Willey, guest clinician 
Twinkle Variation A in Key of D, Theme in Key of A
Blue Bells
Star Spangled Banner
Lightly Row with harmony
O Come Little Children
Beth Stephenson, pianist
6 p.m.
15 minute Break
15 minute Break
6:15 p.m.
Focus on Student Success including Note Reading Ideas
Clinicians will give ideas and answer parent questions
Everyone to Room 7






Saturday, Nov. 3
On Stage Heritage Center
Downstairs Heritage Center
9 a.m.
Violas:
Denise Willey
Concerto in G major by Telemann, 1st mvt. 
Chorus by Handel
Karaly Whitesel, piano
Cello:
Catherine Anne Willey Schulzke, guest clinician
Elfintanz (Elf Dance)
Angus Campbell
John Dunbar Theme
Perpetual Motion (beginners open D)
Melany Jeffs, pianist
10 a.m.
Violin, Advanced
Denise Willey, guest clinician
Allegro by Fiocco
2nd Seitz
Gavotte in D Major
Gavotte from “Mignon”
Karaly Whitesel, piano
Violins, violas, and cellists who are not in Advanced Violin class
Lara Willey, guest clinician
Etude Happy Farmer
Bourrée  by Handel
Country Waltz
Gavotte from “Mignon”, violin only
Mary Cozzens, pianist
11:00 a.m.
15 minute Break
15 minute Break
11:15 a.m.
Large Group and Orchestra
Denise Willey, guest
Twinkle Variation A in Key of D, Theme in Key of A
Blue Bells
Star Spangled Banner
Lightly Row with harmony
O Come Little Children
Etude Happy Farmer
Bourrée  by Handel
Country Waltz
Mary Cozzens, piano
Troika
Gabriel's Oboe
Telemann Concerto 
Mel Jeffs, piano
All Beginning Students 
Lara Willey, guest clinician 
Twinkle Variation A in Key of D, Theme in Key of A
Blue Bells
Star Spangled Banner
Lightly Row with harmony
O Come Little Children
Beth Stephenson, pianist
12:30
Lunch Break
You may bring a lunch and eat downstairs.  Please clean up. Parent supervision please.
2:00 p.m.
Dress Rehearsal – EVERYONE
(We run all of the pieces starting with the easiest so you may have a break when we get to the pieces you don’t know. You don’t have to be in your concert clothes yet.)
5:00 p.m.
CONCERT: Dress clothes please
Invite your family and friends. 
The $5 suggested donation helps us pay the Heritage Center rental.

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