Winter Festival 2018

Flutes in the Frost | Polar Pianos | Strings in the Snow

Friday and Saturday, January 19 and 20

Cello, Flute, and Violin students should bring their own music stand.

Student Schedules: Updated as of Thurs, January 18, 2018

WF18 Chilly Cellos Schedules

WF18 Flutes in the Frost Schedule 

WF18 Flutes in the Frost Maaser Masterclass Schedule

WF18 Flutes in the Frost Stern Masterclass Schedule

WF18 Polar Pianos Schedule

WF18 Strings in the Snow Schedules


Location

Address of Burke Hall of Music and Arts

240 W. Broadway, Granville, OH  43023

Location of Winter Festival Activities on the Denison University Campus

WF18 Arts Quad Map-1

Parking is allowed along W. College (limited), along Broadway, and in the Lutheran Church parking lot.

Local Lodging for the Granville area:

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

 


Fiddle Class Tunes

Books 3 and 4 (2PM)

Jewels of the Ocean (waltz) – listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMeIMfDOnLY

Jewels of the Ocean Violin

“The Dingle Berries” Set – 2 slides & 2 polkas
listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyR-n9L8S8U
– The Hop Slide 1 The Hop Slide FINAL
– Padraig O’Keefe’s 2 Padraig O’Keefe’s (Slide) FINAL
– Nessa the Mover (polka) 3 Nessa the Mover FINAL
– The Trip to Dingle (polka) 4 Trip to Dingle FINAL

Book 5 (11AM)

“Calliope Meets Frank” Set by Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwgcvxsOeyI
Calliope House (#1 in Calliope Meets Frank)
MacArthur Road (#2 in Calliope Meets Frank)

“The Dingle Berries” Set
(same as above)

Book 6+ (10AM)
“Lads of Laois & Beare Island” Set

Lads of Laois –Lads of Laois
– Slow version by Kevin Burke with Celtic Crossing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQOkF-LcBiM&t=13s
– Fast version by Fergal Scahill https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWZN2Vmdft8
Beare Island Reel – Beare Island Reel for Suzuki Winter Festivalby Kevin Burke https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMdPgTqMESI

David’s Jig Set by Natalie MacMaster – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Z7Q9HQ8Mao
– David’s Jig David’s (jig) for Suzuki Winter Fest
– Valerie Pringle’s ReelValerie Pringle’s (reel) for Suzuki Winter Festival

Violin Review List

Book 1 all, Happy Farmer and Gossec Gavotte
Bk 2 – Chorus, 2 Grenadiers, Lully Gavotte
Bk 3 – Humoresque, Becker Gavotte
Bk4 –Seitz 2-3, Vivaldi A Min 1stmvt., Perpetual Motion, Bach Double
Bk5 – Bach Gavottes; Vivaldi G Minor, 1st mvt.,
Bk 6 – Fiocco Allegro
Bk 7 – Mozart Minuet
Bk 8 – Corelli Allegro

 

WF 2018 Cello Repertoire List

Book 1 – All
Book 2 – Chorus, Hunters Chorus, Two Grenadiers, Bourree
Book 3 – Lully Gavotte, Scherzo, Gavotte in C Minor, Humoresque
Book 4 – Breval 1st Movement, Marcello 1st Movement
Book 5 – Danse Rustique
Book 6 – The Swan, Tarantella
Book 7 – Popper Gavotte
Book 8 – Sammartini 3rd Movement

Our annual Winter Festival is a workshop styled after the “Suzuki Summer Institute” experience. We invite internationally reknown clinicians to teach masterclasses, group classes, enrichment, and lead play-ins. We hope you arrive prepared to join in with great enthusiasm and we hope you leave inspired and encouraged.

Winter Festival 2018 will be just two days due to the construction of the Eisner Center.

There are two types of Group Classes at Winter Festival. The technique group focuses on learning or improving techniques that are found in a specific book level. Students in this group class may play small parts of a few pieces together, enabling them to refine these important techniques. The Repertoire group is focused on performing at a high level of quality as a large group. Many pieces are played and polished. Practice partners are encouraged to attend these groups and take notes while enjoying the beautiful music!

Irish Fiddle Classes are offered for violin students in Book 4+ and are scheduled so that students are in class with others of the same book level. Flute students will be treated to a Celtic Flute class.

Instrument Specific Play-ins will be held on Saturday afternoon and will be led by our clinicians. Traditionally, the play-in begins with students playing the most advanced piece and other students join in as they play down through the repertoire and end with the Twinkle Variations. Clinicians also encourage students to make special requests, turning the play-in into a “favorites” play-in.

Parents/Practice Partners will be able to attend a Parent Forum during the lunch hour. Parents will meet with a panel of Denison Suzuki parent/practice partners and one of our clinicians for a lively discussion regarding their role in the Suzuki journey.

There are two very special Enrichment Classes during Winter Festival. Students, ages 3-14 will be enrolled in our Eurhythmics classes while our 15-18+ year olds will be enrolled in Body Mapping for Musicians classes. Students of the same instrument book level and/or age will be scheduled together for these enrichment classes. These classes offer a break from groups and masterclasses and enable the students to have some social time with each other while burning off some energy and learning new skills.

A Masterclass is an hour lesson shared by three (Book 4+) and four (Book 1-3) students. This was the teaching model of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki, who realized that his students and practice partners learned from watching each other in lessons. Students who perform the same polished piece, or one close to it, in the books are grouped together in masterclasses. Often, clinicians involve all the students in the masterclass during each segment of the lesson, so please be prepared to stay for the whole 55 minutes. Practice partners attend with their students to take notes and to meet other practice partners. Openings are limited and there is an extra fee for string and flute masterclasses.

Polar Piano Students will each participate in two masterclasses, two group classes, and an enrichment class. Students in the same book level will be scheduled together. Typically, clinicians give a small assignment at the first masterclass or group class that is to be completed for the second one. The practice rooms in the basement of Burton Hall will be open for us to use throughout the weekend.

Fees

Flutes in the Frost: $75 (This does not include a masterclass.)
Strings in the Snow: $75 (This does not include a masterclass.)
Polar Pianos: $75 (This includes 2 masterclasses.)
Fully enrolled Denison Suzuki Students: The fee is included in your tuition.
Masterclass fee for Strings and Flutes: $25 (Books 1-3) $35 (Books 4+)
Checks are to be made payable to “Denison University” and should be mailed to Maryfrances Kirsh, Denison University Music Department, Box 810, Granville, Ohio, 43023