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First course of Suzuki Philosophy in Cuba

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During the days 17 to 21 September 2018 at the Vocational School of Arts "José María Heredia" of Santiago de Cuba

teachers: Cecilia and JanaThe first Suzuki Philosophy course for learning music in Cuba is being organized and is scheduled to be held from September 17 to 21, 2018 at the "José María Heredia" Vocational School of Arts in the city of Santiago de Cuba. The scheduled time will be from 1:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.

As indicated, Santiago de Cuba is a pioneer in the implantation of the Suzuki Method in Cuba. In this sense, the first Suzuki Philosophy course in Cuba will be developed, given by the "teacher trainer" of the Suzuki method of music, the Swedish-Peruvian teacher Caroline Fraser. In addition to the aforementioned course, on the mornings of the same days of the course, from September 17 to 21, workshops will be held applying the Suzuki methodology with young children and violin students from the school in charge of the Brazilian specialist teacher Renata Jordao, tackling Book I of the Suzuki violin repertoire.  poster philosophy course Suzuki in Santiago de Cuba

Course information:

Institution where it will take place: Vocational School of Arts "José María Heredia". Address: National Highway 1/2 km. Santiago de Cuba. Phone: 22645462 For contacts and information: Teachers: Cecilia Rosales Prieto (Tf: 5353629303, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) Jana Marieta Perdigón (Tf: 5353843715, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), and Mayra Yeline Quintana Biset (Tf: 5358147797, Tf: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Introduction of the Suzuki Method of music in the city of Santiago de Cuba

The first reference of the Suzuki method in Cuba dates back to 2007, thanks to the initiative of the cello teacher, Jacqueline Jardines López (Guadeloupe), a graduate of the Suzuki Method at the Suzuki Institute in Lyon (France). Mrs. Jardines had the pedagogical need to share her knowledge with her Cuban musician colleagues from the Orquesta Sinfónica de Oriente (OSO) and the teachers of the schools of artistic education of the city of Santiago de Cuba: Ignacio Mora, Jana Marieta Perdigón and Cecilia D. Rosales

The Suzuki method of music is a method to learn to play a musical instrument. It is currently collected in books and recordings for piano, violin, viola, flute, flute, cello, harp, guitar, double bass, chant, charango, Tarka, mandela and ocarina. It is a method more oriented to children, but also very good for adults who want to start learning to play one of these instruments.

Several workshops have taken place over the last 11 years in Santiago de Cuba and that we list below:

2007 and 2009:

Participation of the Harold Gratmages Orchestra (with the practice of the Suzuki Method) in the Caribbean festivals, music workshop.

2011:

Concerts in the Dolores room.

2013:

Teacher Training Workshops animated by teacher Jacqueline Jardines.

2015 et 2016:

Workshops and seminars with students from the music schools of Santiago de Cuba and Havana.

2017:

February 2017, in Santiago de Cuba during the last week of the aforementioned month of February a Seminar of the Suzuki Method for the Teaching of the Violin in charge of the Swiss professor Suzuki specialist, Agathe Jerie. Official creation of the branch of the Suzuki School in Santiago de Cuba, called "La Cuerda La", within the cultural project "Tooth of Milk" of the Cultural Workshop of Santiago de Cuba. On December 26, 2017, at 4:00 p.m., the children of the Vocational School of Arts and the Diente de Leche Project offered the first public concert in Cuba. Specifically, the concert took place at Galería Oriente, in front of Parque Céspedes, developing the Suzuki Project of Santiago de Cuba.

2018

In January 2018, two Cuban professors, Cecilia Rosales and Jana Perdigón, transferred scholarships from the Suzuki Association to Lima (Peru) for three weeks to participate in the training and enrichment activities of the 33rd Suzuki International Music Festival, held in the Peruvian capital from the 5th to the 25th of January 2018. Several national and international teachers have joined our efforts to develop the Suzuki method in Cuba, working with us, among others: Egmonth Rath (Switzerland) Aghate Jerie (Switzerland) Enma Carbonel Angelica Matos Amanda Villariño Claudia Rodriguez Katiuska Silva Mayra Quintana

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