SAGWA Teacher Forums 2019-2020.docx
FREE for SAGWA members; $10 for non-members
Questions? Contact Dana Smith
Solo Recitals 2020.pdf
All instruments invited to come and perform a solo for your fellow musicians as well as listen to the talented students we have around the D.C. area on flute, piano, violin, viola, cello, bass, guitar, trumpet, voice and harp.
Please discuss with your Suzuki teacher before registering.
Music must be memorized, attire is formal, and soloists need to provide their own pianist if needed.
Please know your solo selection and preferred recital time before registering. You will be emailed your confirmed recital time 3 weeks prior to the recital date.
Recital Fee: $15 SAGWA members, $25 non-members
No refund will be issued after payment is made
Registration open: Jan 15 - Feb 29
Contact Vivian Crespo-Almond & Amy Phillips, event coordinators
Tuition increases on February 1
SAGWA member discount & scholarship available
Please note you must be an SAA member in order to participate in the Music Reading Enrichment Course (May 16 & 17).
More information on the reverse side
WEEKEND packet - SAGWA members (non-member price)
Cost includes: presentation, masterclass observation, enrichment course (incl. SAA registration fee - Pre-requisites: ECC or Filosofia and Unit 1)
FRIDAY packet (all day) - SAGWA members (non-member price)
Cost includes: presentation, masterclass observation
FRIDAY Masterclass Observation Only (afternoon)
NB: No refund will be issued after payment is made
SCHOLARSHIPS for Teacher Enrichment Course - requirements:
Are you a SAGWA piano teacher and need a registration code for your students?
Contact Naomi Kusano, event coordinator
Student must be a SAGWA Member
Student must be studying with a SAGWA Teacher Member
Ask your teacher for a Registration Code
Early Registration is recommended as spaces are limited
Questions? Contact Naomi Kusano
2020 Greater Washington Suzuki Institute
National Cathedral School
3609 Woodley Road NW
Washington, DC 20016
Join us for the 2020 Greater Washington Suzuki Institute (GWSI). For over 40 years, GWSI has been building a community of teachers, students and families focused on making the best musical education available to children. GWSI offers students and their families, as well as teachers seeking professional development, the opportunity to work with an award-winning faculty renowned for its expertise as performers, teachers and leaders in the application of the Suzuki approach. Teachers, students and their parents enjoy a stimulating and motivating environment that offers them the opportunity to supplement their musical education, enhance their recognition within the Suzuki community, network with families invested in musical education and establish life-long friendships.
Student Program: June 22 – June 26
In 2020 GWSI offers full and partial programs for beginning and advanced students of violin, cello, viola and bass. These programs consist of a combination of Master Class Lessons, Repertory Classes, Quartet/Chamber Music Classes, Scottish Fiddling, five levels of Orchestra, Music Theory Games, daily recitals and a final concert. Parents attending with their children have the opportunity to participate in daily lectures and selected Teacher Development Program courses.
Teacher Development Program: June 20 - June 28
In 2020 GWSI offers the following courses for teachers:
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Carol Bothwell, Event Coordinator
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