We love to play Halloween games and wear costumes on Spooky Suzuki Day!
On May 31st the San Diego Suzuki School of Music hosted its first ever virtual recital! Students spent a month putting together a polished at-home recording that they submitted for the recital day. Nearly seventy-five young musicians participated by sending in videos!
On recital day the faculty, students, and their families did a "watch party." We even had friends and family watching from across the country! Everyone used the online chat feature to cheer on their peers. We loved seeing how supportive the kids were!
It was a unique and amazing experience. Thank you to all the families for putting in all your hard work to make this happen.
Everyone loves the Spooky Suzuki Play-in!
December Group Performances at Balboa Park
November Solo Recitals
Spooky Suzuki Day - Oct 27, 2018
Group class is always extra fun on Spooky Suzuki Day!
We got to play on a new stage this year at the San Diego County Fair! It was a tad smaller, but better location and enjoyed by all.
The SD Suzuki School of Music started the year with organizing a five day workshop called Music Mind Games, which is a series of games designed by Michiko Yurko to teach music theory in a fun and engaging way. All of the faculty participated and on two days we had kid & parent classes to observe.
Photos from our Solo Recitals
Performing in front of the International Cottages, then at the Grinch tree at the Old Globe Theatre in Balboa Park has become a favorite for students and families alike. People arriving or leaving from attending the Grinch play enjoy our classical and holiday tunes, too!
For an hour we all come together in costume to play spooky musical games like picking activities from the magical bag of wonders.