Suzuki Program

Winter Festival 2015

We are so excited to share with you all we have planned for January 16, 17, and 18. There will be plenty of laughter, music making, and moments of inspiration. We hope you arrive prepared to join in with great enthusiasm and we hope you leave inspired and encouraged.

On this page you will find schedules to print at home and bring with you. We recommend that you look over the schedules now and print them Thursday, January 15 to bring with you, so you have the latest and most accurate information. You will need these to help you get around to all your activities for the weekend.  We don’t want you to miss anything! We have carefully designed the classes to provide the best educational and social experience possible for each student. Thank you for following your student’s schedule as posted.

 

Campus map:

http://denison.edu/files/offices/custom-landing-pages/visit-printable_campus_map.pdf

Local Lodging for the Granville area:

http://denison.edu/campus/visit/area-accommodations


Friday Fun Night

Masterclasses:  Some students may be enrolled in masterclasses on Friday afternoon.  Please check your schedules.

Please have dinner before coming to the evening activities.

Winter Festival “Freeze-in” begins at 5:45 in Swasey Chapel.  

”Freeze-in” is a frozen variation on the expression, “play-in,” which is used by Suzuki teachers as a name for a concert where everyone is invited to play together.

  • Students should bring their instruments.  Coats and cases should be left with parent/practice partners.
  • Cellists meet on stage for tuning.
  • Flutists meet on the West side of the auditorium for tuning.
  • Violinists and Violists meet on the East side of the stage for tuning.
  • Pianists meet at the back of the auditorium for tuning.

After the “Freeze-in,” students will return to their parents/practice partners and put away their instruments.   We will remain in Swasey Chapel and be treated to presentations by clinicians Terry Durbin and David Gerry.

The Film Fandango begins at 7 p.m., also in Swasey Chapel.  The New River Ensemble will provide the musical accompaniment to  silent films for us to enjoy.


Flutes in the Frost

Friday Night “Freeze-in”

Flutists should prepare the following:

  • Allegretto from “Carnival of Venice”
  • Minuet 16
  • Lightly Row

Flutes in the Frost Schedules and Lists

Please print the following schedules and bring them with you.

WF15 Flutes in the Frost Overall Schedule

WF15 Flutes in the Frost Review lists

WF15 Percussion and Movement Class Lists


Polar Pianos

Friday Night “Freeze-in”

  • Students in Book 2 and beyond should prepare Allegretto 2 by C. Czerny, MM 82 to the quarter note.
  • Students in Book 1 should prepare Variation A by S. Suzuki, MM 82 to the quarter note.
  • We will be performing these “Phrase by Phrase.”

Polar Pianos Schedules

The following students should print WF15 Polar Pianos Brendan Cooney Schedule and WF15 Percussion and Movement Class Lists:  Jaime M, Celia H, Izzy P, Tony R, Max G, Eli K, Helena E, Lydia P, Olivia P, Madison K, Mackenzie K, Maria P

The following students should print WF15 Polar Pianos Patricia Eversole Schedule and WF15 Percussion and Movement Class Lists:  Jack B, David C, Miles M, Cain W, Santi G, Isaac W, Cassidy S, Michelle C, Avery K, Liam D, Rada A, Ian B, Kaitlyn B, Abigail W, Sage K, Theo R, Luke P, Emily C


Strings in the Snow

Friday Night “Freeze-in”

Students should prepare the following pieces for the “Freeze-in:”

Cello and Viola:

  • Hunters Chorus
  • May Song
  • French Folk Song
  • Allegro in D
  • Twinkle Theme in D

Violin:

  • Bach Double
  • Musette
  • Twinkle Variation E
  • Allegro in D
  • Twinkle Theme in D

Review List

Print this list and review the pieces from this list that you have learned.  They should be polished and memorized.  Our clinicians will use these pieces in the Technique and Repertoire classes.

WF15 String Review List

Fiddle Tunes

There will be a Book 3-4 fiddle class and a Book 5+ fiddle class.  Please print the fiddle tune for your level and learn it thoroughly.  Memorization is recommended to have the most enjoyable experience possible.

Books 3-4:  Swallowtail Jig

Books 5+:  Cherokee Shuffle — Students are encouraged to learn the Fiddle I part first and then the other parts if able.

String Student List and Schedule

You will need this list and schedule to determine the classes in which your student will be participating.

WF15 SITS String Student List

WF15 Strings in the Snow Schedule

You will also need this schedule for the Percussion and Movement classes:

WF15 Percussion and Movement Class Lists

Violin Masterclass Schedule

If you have registered for a violin masterclass, please print and bring this schedule with you.

WF15 SITS Masterclasses

Cello Masterclass and Group Schedule

Please print this schedule and bring it with you.

WF15 Cello Schedule

You will also need the schedule for Percussion and Movement classes:

WF15 Percussion and Movement Class Lists

Viola Schedules

You will need these schedules:

WF15 Strings in the Snow Schedule

WF15 Chris Lape Schedule

WF15 Percussion and Movement Class Lists