The Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (NSW) Ltd. (STEAA (NSW) Ltd) is a non-profit organisation with the head office in Thornleigh. The main objective of the Association is ‘to promote, encourage, maintain and improve the use, standards, understanding and teachings, throughout New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, of the Suzuki approach to music education, as initiated and … Continued
Date & Time:- 9th March 2014 at 5pm. Venue:- Queenwood School, Mandolong Road, Mosman The year is 1987 and two Suzuki students Laura McDonald and Veronique Serret are to rehearse together…… Young Veronique Serret, age 12 climbed the 105 bush steps at Laura McDonald’s water access only childhood home on Pittwater when the latter was 13 years old. … Continued
In 1979 Japanese violin teacher Yasuki Nakamura and his family immigrated to Australia to spread a revolutionary new music teaching method pioneered by Dr Shinichi Suzuki. In 2013, Mr Nakamura was awarded honorary membership of the Order of Australia by the Governor-General of Australia for his contribution to music education. This is his story.
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Photos from the 2013 and earlier Suzuki Graduation Concert at the Sydney Opera House are now available for viewing and ordering from Studiohagan. To obtain a password, please refer to your concert program or copy of Tempo or contact the office.
For Suzuki Cello, Violin & Viola Students from Book 2 to Post Book 10. The aim of this program is to provide excellent musical education for string students in a Suzuki environment. An environment that will help nurture each student to their highest ability. The core of this program will comprise of orchestral rehearsals and sight reading classes, with … Continued