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Talent Education Journal

Talent Education Journal Archive

Recent editions to our archive are issues 21 through 23, from 1985.

From 1979-1989, Eiko and Masayoshi Kataoka self-published an English translation of the Talent Education Journal, published quarterly as the official publication of TERI in Matsumoto, Japan.

The TEJ contains articles by Dr. Suzuki, reports on concerts in Japan, contributions from the Japanese teachers, and usually an article from a parent or family in TERI. These journals are a treasure trove of information and inspiration.

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International Suzuki Journal December 2020

The new
ISA Online Journal for December 2020.

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.

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New Hilary Hahn Recordings Now Available

New Hilary Hahn Recordings Now Available on Amazon and the iTunes Store

For Suzuki Violin Volumes 1–3

The International Suzuki Association, in conjunction with Alfred Music, is pleased to announce that the highly anticipated recordings of the Suzuki Violin School, Volumes 1–3 are now available for download on Amazon, the iTunes Store®, and! Recorded by internationally renowned violinist, Hilary Hahn, in collaboration with Natalie Zhu, these recordings are also available for educational purposes in SmartMusic.

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TERI Students Performing Works from the Suzuki Repertoire Online.

Dr. Ryugo Hayano, the President of TERI writes:

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, group lessons and concerts in Japan have had to be cancelled, and Suzuki teachers (TERI and elsewhere) are using various online methods to provide lessons to children. Here we present one of our recent TERI challenges: 42 TERI members made an online ensemble of Bach "Concerto for Two Violins” - a familiar piece at many Suzuki Method concerts - with string accompaniment.The ensemble members include not only the students from various parts of Japan but also students who have recently moved to New York.

This video was made by Mr. Masaharu Miyahara, a TERI Violin teacher living in Osaka, Japan. Please enjoy all the videos!

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Concerto for Two Violins in D minor BWV1043 played remotely by Japanese Suzuki children

Long Long Ago, played remotely by 91 Japanese Suzuki children

Suzuki Method Official Website in China

Suzuki Method Official Website in China

The ARSA has announced the establishment of the first Suzuki Method official website in China. The Information of Suzuki Method, Dr. Suzuki, ISA, ARSA, and Global Suzuki community can now be provided to the public in China through this official website:
Content of the website: List of trained teachers, certification received, Suzuki teacher training, information for parents/ students, announcements, news and Videos.

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