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March 6, 2017

Looking forward to these events in the next couple months👏👏👏

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My 2 year 10 months old daughter has decided she wants to learn how to play violin now and I casually introduced her to the “rest position” and “play position”. Here are pics of last night’s mini lesson:) Enjoy! Can’t wait to see what she can do in a year’s time!!:) Come back and see more of her progress:) #keepviolinin

​​Many thanks to Martha Yasuda for arranging the Seitz Concerto duet and for Kerstin Wartberg’s arrangement of the Happy Squirrel:) Enjoy!!

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My youngest students ages(4&6) playing the twinkle duet:)

Group lesson Pic and Video

September 23, 2016

I currently have group lessons with my students in Book 2&up every Fridays. It’s been fun having them play together and listen to each other. Today I had them use their bows and play on each others’ violins.(see pic below) They thought it was quite a bonding moment and really got them to relax and enjoy the atmosphere:)https://quik.gopro.com/v/X1bBL62fWG/?from=timeline&isappinstalled=0

Book 1 Review Concert

September 5, 2016

Here are some pictures from Aug 28,2016 Book 1 Review Concert:


Looking forward to our Annual Holiday concert on Dec 4, 2016!

I’ve started to record myself playing the songs from Suzuki book I without the repeats for my students to play along and prepare for their Book 1 Review concert.  Enjoy!:) Sorry about the large echo sound in Gavotte and Happy Farmer. 

3 of my students along with my son really enjoyed this once in a lifetime experience with Sunset Youth Orchestra in Carnegie Hall. Here’s a recap of today’s performance:) Enjoy!!

   
   

Here is one of my younger students Michael (age 7) performing The Puppet Show by J. Trott. This is the first time he has performed a piece outside of the Suzuki books and he really enjoyed this one with his mom as his piano accompanist:) Enjoy!

I really enjoyed playing along with the students on this piece by Helen Butterworth. There are 4 different parts to this piece that vary in the students’ level of playing. I loved seeing students from early Book 1 all the way to Book 6 enjoy playing this piece together as a group. Enjoy!!!