Suzuki Music (Victoria)
89a Canterbury Road
CANTERBURY VIC 3126 AUSTRALIA
9am - 4pm Mon - Fri
Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (Victoria) Inc
Phone 03 9830 0433 Facsimile 03 9830 0577
info@suzukimusic.org.au


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Suzuki Music is the trading name of the Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (Vic.) Inc. We are a non-profit association of families, teachers and other interested people based in Victoria, Australia.
VISION
To be recognised as providing a music education experience of exceptional quality.

MISSION
Learning to play a musical instrument with Suzuki Music will enable every child to experience the power of music and develop as an individual of exceptional quality.

2018 National Suzuki Conference,
Melbourne 9 - 14 July.
Standard programs from 2pm Wed 11 July approx 4.30pm Sat 14 July
Advanced Student programs from 8am Wed 11 July until approx. 4.30pm Sat 14 July
Teacher Professional Development programs from 9am Mon 9 July to 4.30pm Sat 14 July

Main Venue: Trinity Grammar School, Kew
Offsite concerts at Assembly Hall, MLC, Kew

Registrations opening in late January 2018 - more info coming soon.
Applications for student or teacher programs close 23 March 2018.

Special Guest:

Richard Gill OAM

International Invited Guest Faculty:

Violin: Hiroko Suzuki, Japan
and Koen Rens, Belgium

Piano: Bruce Anderson, USA

Cello: Carey Cheney, USA

Flute: Toshio Takahashi, Japan

Guitar: Seth Himmelhoch, USA

Interstate Invited Guest Faculty:

Violin: Haruo Goto and Sachie Yuki

Piano: Itsuko Bara

Cello: Takao Mizushima

Paper Presentation Opportunity for Suzuki teachers

Suzuki teachers who are intending to enrol in the Professional Development program are invited to submit an application to present a paper as part of the parent education or teacher professional development programs at the National Conference. Presentations will be 40 minutes in length and the audience will be either teachers of all instruments and accreditation levels or parents of all instruments. If you are interested please download and complete the application form, and submit it with a 500 word synopsis of your presentation by Friday 23 February 2018.

 

Dr Shinichi Suzuki

 

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