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Suzuki Teacher Training 2021


 


Every Child Can!

Instructor: Kirsten Marshall

Class Dates: July 17th-18th

Course Hours: 8 hours

Tuition: $140

 

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Violin Unit 1

Instructor: Kirsten Marshall

Class Dates: July 18th-25th

Course Hours: 28 hours

Observation Hours: 15 hours of observation

Tuition: $700

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Kirsten Marshall

James Hutchins

Violin Teacher\Teacher Trainer

Kirsten Marshall Kirsten Marshall, director of orchestral programs and violin instructor, is on the faculty at Ithaca Talent Education (NY) and lecturer in violin performance at Ithaca College. She received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music with majors in violin performance and Suzuki pedagogy, as well as a bachelor’s degree in music education from Case Western Reserve University. Her conducting studies were with David Einfeldt (Hartt School of Music), Carl Topilow and Louis Lane (CIM). In 1998, 2012, 2014 and 2016, Ms. Marshall conducted the Suzuki Youth Orchestra of the Americas, plus conducted the Piano Concerto faculty orchestra at the 2008 and 2010 conferences. Ms. Marshall is an active violinist in the Ithaca area and holds the David and Lesli Sagan chair of the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, Ithaca’s professional ensemble. She is frequently sought after as a string clinician at Suzuki institutes and workshops across the United States. Ms. Marshall is a registered violin teacher trainer with the Suzuki Association of the Americas. Her high-energy style blends humor and passion, engaging players at the highest level for riveting performances.


Cello Unit 1

Instructor: Beth Goldstein-McKee

Class Dates: July 18th-25th

Course Hours: 28 hours

Observation Hours: 15 hours of observation

Tuition: $700

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Beth Goldstein-McKee

James Hutchins

Cello Teacher / Teacher Trainer

Beth, brings her extensive performing and teaching experience to her work with students and teachers at institutes and workshops across the United States and in her studio. A registered Suzuki Association of the Americas Cello Teacher Trainer, she has taught at International Conferences in Japan and Peru, and served on the Board of Directors of the SAA and as Cello Coordinator for the 2016 SAA Conference. Recently moved to Western PA, Beth is delighted to be starting a new generation of cello students at Hope Academy, through Arts and Education at the Hoyt, and in her private studio. Beth maintained thriving cello studios on the west coast for over thirty years, most recently in Ashland, OR where she performed with the Rogue Valley Symphony and in Berkeley, CA where she was also on the faculty of Holy Names College’s Suzuki Program and East Bay Center for the Performing Arts. A native of NYC and graduate of Brandeis University, she trained in Suzuki pedagogy at the School for Strings, NYC.