Suzuki Method Violin lessons for children and adults

“As always, I admire your students’ professionalism both musically and with their etiquette!!! Additionally, your whole vision of pairing the pieces with recipes was brilliant. You always present a fun, invigorating, enjoyable recital!!! (I’m jealous you weren’t my piano teacher)
Lisa Edwards, concert pianist, collaborator and coach

            

Studio News!

FaceTime, Zoom and Seesaw – Our tools for Staying Safe and Connected!   As the need for Online Lessons  continues,  “Seesaw” is our latest enhancement to promote Creativity, engage our whimsy buttons,  and understand the music better.

You Can Have Long Distance Lessons too!   Keep it going no matter where your practice room is! Miss Leslie has fresh ears for your Violin Playing, whether your are changing teachers, prepping for College Audition videos, Need a Mid-week Practice Pal,  or just plain Stuck at Home!

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Ashokan Farewell our grand studio project  united us in lieu of our 2020 Formal Recital.    Violinists  from every step of  their Twinkle Trail play together from their individual homes.

 

This months Quote to Ponder:

“Your excuse  is nothing more than a nail in your House of Failure”

Francine Peterson, Bassoon Professor Marrowstone Festival

Did You Know?

Miss Leslie can play Violin and spin a Hula Hoop at the same time!

The Monthly Practice Tip:

The FIRST Five Minute Focus  is where the most work is accomplished!

Half the problem is just getting started, or thinking that you don’t have enough time. If you have time to check your Texts, or FaceBook, You Have Time for  one excerpt!

Keep your case open, or hang your instrument on the wall.          Do More Than None!

 

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Here’s a little peek at what  can happen at Pre-School!

                           

 

Did you know that an Oscar weighs over 12lbs?!
Another great reason to keep your work outs going as a musician!

Leslie Brown Katz and Oscar
“Malibu Friends of Music” post concert treat: a close encounter with one of nine Oscar’s awarded to Alfred Newman. This one was for Camelot in 1968.