Participate in Suzuki Americas!
Experience the concert by streaming the video from the SAA website. Download the program and the arrangements of the folksongs to play along with the concert. Read more for links.
SAA Celebrates 50 years of Suzuki method in North America
2014 is the 50th anniversary of the Suzuki 10 Children’s Group tour to North America. In 1964 Dr. Suzuki was invited to visit North America by a group of teachers in the US. He brought with him 10 children from his program in Matsumoto, Japan.
Suzuki Association of the Americas conference in Minneapolis
Three teachers from STE attended the SAA conference in Minneapolis. Janet Dougan, Cherie Larsen and Thomas Schoen spent 4 days meeting Suzuki teaching colleagues from all over North, Central and South America, attending sessions on all aspects of Suzuki teaching from instrument specific sessions with ideas on teaching small details…
STE presents 3 sessions for parents. These sessions are a required part of the registration procedure for families new to STE, however they are open to all parents registered in STE and are an excellent refresher that can help refocus and improve your Suzuki learning experience.
The three sessions will…
Betty Parker Jervis Concert Great Success
The Betty Parker Jervis Concert was the final event of the regular group class program for the year. It was a wonderful concert enjoyed by both performers and audience members.
Dessert Concert Raises Funds for South American Suzuki Students
On Monday May 12at 7:00 PM the Advanced Chamber Ensemble (ACE) and the Intermediate Orchestra presented their Desert and Coffee Night Benefit Concert in the Suzuki School Gym. The concert raised $550 to help with the SAA fundraising for the Latin American Ensemble.
The 2014 Alberta Summer Suzuki Institute will take place at the University of Alberta July 5 – 11.
Suzuki Method Comes to Edmonton
In 1965, Tom Rolston, along with a few other progressive musicians founded the Society for Talent Education in order to promote Dr. Suzuki’s method for string instruction, and encourage a love of music in children.
In 2015 the Society for Talent Education will be celebrating our 50th Anniversary!
Welcome to the New STE Website
Come in and have a look around at the new Society for Talent Education website. We are still moving in, hanging pictures, arranging furniture and generally unpacking so excuse the unfinished corners. Feel free to look around and get to know the place.