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32nd Annual Suzuki Strings Spring Concert

Suzuki Strings Celebrates Spring with Public Concert A rousing "Raider's March" and themes from "Harry Potter" by John Williams give zest to the 32nd Annual Suzuki Strings Spring Concert on Thursday, May 7, at 7 p.m. in the Heritage Center, 105 N. 100 East. The public is invited and the suggested donation is $5. Students from age three to adult perform music ranging from fiddling to classical. The participants come from throughout southern Utah and attend weekly group classes as well as having private lessons. Orchestra pieces include music by Purcell, Gluck, and John Williams. The large ensemble presents Baroque dance music such as a "Gavotte" by Martini and a "Musette" by Bach which mimics the bagpipe. Advanced violins are tackling two of the "Wicked Ree ls" by Marshall, made famous by the Barrage fiddling group. Violas have chosen music by Mozart and Brahms. The cellists are floating on a Venetian canal with "Gondola

Thanks to All Involved in the Saturday Performance with Jack Ashton's Young Artists and Suzuki Strings

We enjoy working with Jack Ashton and his Young Artist Chamber Players.  Thanks to all of the students, teachers, families and community members who supported this event. Thanks to the Susan Allman, teachers, and parents for the photos of the rehearsal and performance. Suzuki Strings Cedar City students who participated in the Saturday concert. Teacher Patty Walser with Jack after the concert. Jack with teacher Sara Penny after the concert. Teachers Chelsea Gardner and Marin Colby with Jack after the concert.