Suzuki Teachers'Symposium: On Online Global Exchange logo

In this rapidly changing world, teachers need to take time to reflect on their practices, research new ideas and renew their spirit - just like Dr Suzuki did!

Suzuki Music is very proud to present our Suzuki Teachers' Symposium as an online global exchange of ideas using the Zoom platform to connect with teachers far and wide.

 


Featuring Sheila Warby Memorial Keynote Lecturer, Dr Anita Collins, ABC Classic FM radio presenter Ed Ayres, as well as experts in Suzuki and various instruments or disciplines (including violin, viola, cello, double bass, piano, flute, guitar, organ, recorder, voice and early childhood education), there really is something for every Suzuki teacher.

Faculty

Click on each individual lecturer's photo below to view their biography.

Faculty Picture Collage

Teachers who enrol are welcome to attend sessions from any instrument group.

Why not join us online between Thursday 8 and Saturday 10 July AEST?

You won't want to miss this!

There are sessions being presented throughout the day, and most lectures will be recorded and available for online viewing up to 14 days after 10 July for enrolled participants. This makes it suitable for teachers in a range of different world time zones.

Use the timetable to plan your attendance - you can access it using the red start button below. Bookings for this event can be made on TryBooking by clicking on the blue star below.

Enrolments will be accepted for the full symposium as well as single days.

Cost:

Full symposium enrolment: AUD$300 per teacher or teacher in training
Single day enrolment: AUD$150 per teacher per day

 

Go to faculty list

 

Enrol now!

For Victorian Suzuki teachers and teachers in training, the following PD points will apply:

Enrolment in full program: 80 Table A instrument specific PD points will be allocated (split across your instruments if you teach more than one).

Enrolment in single day program: 25 Table A instrument specific PD points will be allocated (split across your instruments if you teach more than one).

 

Terms and Conditions of Enrolment

1. The timetable and presenters are subject to change without notice.
2. All participants must be current financial teacher members of their local Suzuki Association
3. Cancellations received in writing up to the closing date (midnght Friday 18 June) will receive a 50% refund. Cancellations after this time will not normally receive any refund.
4. No audio or video recording of any sessions is allowed. A recording will be available for a period of 14 days for most sessions. Session recording is indicated in the timetable.
5. Participants must be prepared to turn on their cameras if requested to by a presenter.
6. Zoom links will be provided for the days for which you have enrolled. These zoom links must not be shared with any other party.

 

Suzuki Music (Victoria)
89a Canterbury Road
CANTERBURY VIC 3126 AUSTRALIA

Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (Victoria) Inc
Phone 03 9830 0433 Facsimile 03 9830 0577
info@suzukimusic.org.au

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Dr Anita Collins Ed Ayres Kasia Borowiak Sally-Anne Brown Wan Tsai Chen David Clark Winifred Crock Virginia Dixon Caroline Fraser Seth Himmelhoch Julia Fredersdorff Moirsheen Kelly-Keesing David Madsen Edward Kreitman Koen Rens Dr Paivi Kukkamaki Ruth Miura Rick Mooney Rebecca Paluzzi MaryLou Roberts Gunilla Ronnberg Kathleen Schoen Elizabeth Stuen-Walker Edmund Sprunger Dannette Warren Schuh