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Showing posts from 2017

Merry Christmas from Suzuki Strings Cedar City

Wishing you a wonderful Christmas from Suzuki Strings. Photos and videos from Frontier Homestead earlier this December.  Thanks to students, teachers, pianists, and families involved. We Wish You a Merry Christmas: Twinkle Variation A and Theme: You are My Sunshine: Jolly Old St. Nick: Auld Lang Syne: Wake Up Suzy Reel:

Orchestra Festival 2017

Land of Liberty: Fire in the Forge: Thanks to the students, teachers, and families involved in making this possible.

Our Fabulous November Workshop

Thank you to all who came: students, parents, teachers, clinicians.  It was wonderful! These are workshop photos.  Concert photos in next post. Concert photos in next post.  Thanks to all involved.

Concert and Halloween Group Class Photos, Fall 2017

Thanks to everyone involved in the fall workshop and concert.   Concert Photos: Dr. Paul Abegg directed the workshop orchestra. Dr. Ka-Wai Yu taught cello classes and performed with the students. Brian Lewis taught at the regional workshop and performed with the students. Videos thanks to teachers and parents:   Give Me Your Hand rehearsal, arranged by Amy Gold: Beginning of Hot Canary: Conclusion of Hot Canary: Halloween Group Class 2017 Marin Colby leads the Halloween group class Twinkle parade on a golden afternoon.

Brian Lewis, Guest Clinician, for Nov. Workshop in Cedar City

Regional Workshop and Concert:  Nov. 3 and 4, 201 7 Concert  on Sat., Nov. 4,  at 5 p.m.  Public invited  (suggested donation $5) Heritage Center, 105 N. 100 East, Cedar City, UT Classes Friday afternoon starting at 3 p.m. and Saturday starting at 9 a.m.,  all at Heritage Center We are thrilled to announce that Brian Lewis will be the clinician.  Learn more about him at Thank you to the Suzuki Association of Utah (SAU) for co-sponsoring this workshop and for support from the RAP (Recreation, Arts, and Parks) Fund via Cedar City. You are invited to the Suzuki Strings workshop concert on Saturday, Nov. 4, at 5 p.m. in the Heritage Theater, 105 N. 100 East, in Cedar City. Music ranges from fiddling to classics. The concert features clinicians with international experience and students from age 4 to adult from throughout the region. The suggested donation is $5 and the public is invited. In addition there is a parent and teacher meeti