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Teacher Training & Teacher Development Courses

Öffnet externen Link in neuem FensterIndiana University String Academy / Retreat for Violin and Viola Teachers

The program incorporates the philosophies of Shinichi Suzuki, Paul Rolland, and Mimi Zweig. It will include lectures, demonstrations, and opportunities to observe master teachers in the Indiana University String Academy and world-renowned guest artists. A few sessions will focus on using the Retreat Principles in public school instruction.

German Suzuki Association

is the only European institution which offers Basic and Advanced Teacher Training for Violin based on the approaches and teaching ideas of Shinichi Suzuki, Mimi Zweig, Paul Rolland and Kerstin Wartberg.

School for Strings / The Juilliard School at New York University

Each Seminar is offered as a graduate level course at The Juilliard School and at New York University. Besides a thorough study of all Books in the Suzuki Violin School, ideas are drawn not only from Suzuki's approach, but also from the approaches of such great violin teachers of the past and present as, for instance, Carl Flesch, Louis Persinger, and Ivan Galamian.

 Suzuki Association of the Americas (SAA)

The Suzuki Association of the Americas is committed to Dr. Suzuki’s belief that every child can be educated and that high ability can be nurtured in every child. With this commitment in mind the SAA has designed a comprehensive Teacher Development Program to assist teachers in creating the best possible learning environment for their students, an environment that puts a priority on the development of fine character along with excellent ability and musicianship.

Öffnet externen Link in neuem FensterThe Faber Piano Institute

is the international training center for the Piano Adventures® teaching method.
It is dedicated to excellence in piano study for students of all ages.

The International Kodály Society

is active in 34 countries and has Affiliated National Organizations in 16 countries. The IKS was founded in 1975 in Kecskemét, Hungary to promote the musical, educational and cultural concepts associated with Zoltán Kodály for the benefit of music generally and in particular for the educational advancement of youth. The Society serves as an international forum for all who are active in the spirit of the Hungarian master as composer, scholar and educator.





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