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Suzuki Violin Books 5-8 Overview

Fridays, 11 am - 2 pm ET, January 27 - February 24
Online via zoom

This supplemental training for Suzuki teachers is an overview of Violin Books 5 – 8 with teacher trainer Teri Einfeldt. This 15 hour course will meet on Zoom and has an additional 8 hours of observations, which will be available via prerecorded video and live online lessons.

Prerequisites: Participants must be current members of the Suzuki Association of the Americas and have completed unit training in Violin Books 5 – 8.

Tuition: $395; Max Enrollment: 10

For questions, please contact Alicia Casey, Suzuki Program Coordinator at suzuki@uvmusic.org

Teri Einfeldt

Teri Einfeldt

Teri Einfeldt is the co-chair of the String department at the University of Hartford’s Hartt Community Division and adjunct professor at The Hartt School. A Suzuki Association of the Americas registered teacher trainer, Teri is a frequent clinician at workshops and institutes throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada. She has participated and presented at several SAA conferences as well as lecturing at CT–ASTA conventions. In addition, she has taught at the Pan-Pacific Suzuki Conference in Sydney, Australia, the 14th Suzuki World Conference in Turin, Italy and the 16th Suzuki World Conference in Matsumoto. Japan. She has also presented at both International Teacher Trainer Conferences in Boston and Madrid. She appeared as a guest lecturer at the Juilliard School for the Starling DeLay Symposium in June 2011. She is the former assistant concertmistress of the Northeast Pennsylvania Philharmonic and Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, and performs frequently with the Hartford Symphony. Teri is a past board chair of the SAA as well as past chair of both the Teacher Development Advisory Committee and the Suzuki Principles in Action committee She maintains a studio of 23 Suzuki students, ages 4–18, at the Hartt School Community Division.