Play-along violin practice video of the traditional Christmas carol, The First Noel.
We’re excited about our 2015 Christmas Concert on Saturday, December 13th in Richardson, TX.
Some of our students’s church has invited anyone of our students who would like to come to join them in the Christmas service.
MANDATORY REHEARSAL: Monday, December 7, 5:30 – 6:45 PM
When: Saturday, December 12, 2015
Call Time: 3:30 PM
Where: Spanish SDA Church, Richardson
1015 E Belt Line Road
Richardson, TX 75081
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Dress: Any combination of dress shirts/blouses and pants/skirts/dresses in White, Black and/or Red with optional Green/Red Accents, dress shoes (no sneakers), No T-Shirts.
One of the building blocks of Suzuki music education is braking down all skills needed to play the violin (or any instrument) in very small pieces to be absorbed by our children’s minds. This approach is very successful, but requires consistent, repetitive daily practice of all the skill-building exercises, games, posture, movements, and musical concepts. The Suzuki Talent Education process also requires a great dose of patience in the part of the parent, as well as the expert guidance from the Suzuki music teacher.
I am passionate about helping every one of my students develop his/her full music potential and ability. In my effort to help the learning process, I have written an outline of the steps we follow to practice and get excellent at our Twinkle Variations and Theme. Enjoy!
The Love Nurtured Music Program serves a growing population of young students from all areas of the Dallas Metroplex, including North Dallas, Lake Highlands, Highland Park, Preston Hollow, Lakewood, Park Cities, White Rock, University Park, Plano, Addison, Allen, McKinney, Carrollton, Coppell, Irving, Murphy, Wylie, Garland, Rowlett, Rockwall, and Richardson, Texas.
As we plant a seed in the ground, we can’t see the development of the plant as the sun shines on the earth and the rain nurtures the seed, but one day a flower appears. Similarly, we can’t see the development of a child’s ability but we must keep nurturing until the flower unfolds. It is an example of the universal law of cause and effect. As the Bible says, “As you sow, so shall you reap.”
~ Shinichi Suzuki
Because of our high-quality instructional program and un-compromised commitment to excellence, we have families from all over the metroplex coming to take violin lessons at our program. Don't sacrifice excellent Suzuki music education!
These are some areas where our Suzuki music families drive from: