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International Suzuki Journal June 2023

The new ISA Online Journal for June 2023

Use the link below to access all the articles, news and pictures from Suzuki regions around the world. Many thanks to all our contributors for this latest edition.

In this issue:

  • Third International Teacher Trainer Convention in Matsumoto
  • The ISA Board Welcomes back Martin Rüttimann
  • ISA Hosts Media Archive on the ISA Website
  • Website Updates from Alfred Music Publishing
  • Sanchie Bobrow Interviews Hina Khuong-Huu
  • Spotlight on Calvin Alexander
  • Linda Fiore Interviews Sirena Huang
  • We mourn the loss of Carmencita Guanzon Arambulo
  • Korea Suzuki Association Hosts In-Person Events
  • Taiwan Talent Education Association hosts SECE Concert
  • Three Days at Spring Suzuki Workshop Ukraine
  • British Suzuki Music Association Gala Concert, Royal Albert Hall, April 2023
  • Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia Hosts Sydney Suzuki Festival
  • Check out the most recent episode of “From the Top”
  • Suzuki in Action: The Man and His Dream to Teach the Children of the World with Eri Hotta
  • Suzuki Cello Pedagogue Rick Mooney Has Passed Away

View The June 2023 ISA Journal

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Talent Education Journal Archive

English translations of the Talent Education Journal, complete Editions 1979-1989. The TEJ contains articles by Dr. Suzuki on both pedagogy and philosophy; reports on concerts in Japan and the Japanese Children’s Tour Group; contributions from the Japanese teachers on experiences in their home studio; and usually an article from a parent or family in TERI on home practice.

Suzuki Chronology

A Life of Dr. Shinich Suzuki: A Chronology

John Kendall’s Ideas for Teaching Violin

These videos by John Kendall were filmed in 1992 in the upstairs attic of the old String House at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville… We all recognize that violin teaching ideas reach back through history to Arcangelo Corelli, or even before… The medium of video, however, may provide a way of encapsulating, preserving and clarifying certain actions and the unfolding of process.

Suzuki/Starr Videos

These videotapes are the result of Bill Starr's extensive personal interviews with Dr. Suzuki on the philosophy of Talent Education, working with parents, and the teaching points of the Suzuki Method Violin School Volumes 1-4. Additionally these videos contain a wealth of student lessons with the Japanese teachers and concert footage recorded during those 18 months.