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
Annual Formal Recital is coming June 7th! Come listen, imagine, then taste the music as performers write Stories and Rhythm Recipes about their piece, and bring their Special Recipe to grace the Reception Table!
Winter Wonderland at Dixie Canyon January 25th our “Kling Street Fiddlers” entertaining with Swedish Tunes and Winter Favorites!
Did You Know?
Miss Leslie can play Violin and spin a Hula Hoop at the same time!
The Monthly Practice Tip:
DO MORE THAN NONE!
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.
DARE to Do a Five Minute Focus!!
This months Quote to Ponder:
“Your excuse is nothing more than a nail in your House of Failure”
Francine Peterson, Bassoon Professor Marrowstone Festival
Introduction to Violin Class meets 2:30-3:30pm on Wednesdays. Enrichment Pre-Twinkle Group Violin with Art each class. Linda McManus leads the Art portion, Miss Leslie leads the Violin portion. Pre-School age and older siblings welcome. Email for further Info.
Here’s a little peek at what the little ones are doing!
Composer Rag: What month was he released? (Birthday!)