In this long-awaited publication, Professor Mark Bjork draws upon his distinguished 40+-year career with the Suzuki Method to offer insights into the unique strengths and needs of the Suzuki-trained student. Directed towards parents and advanced students as well as teachers, this book discusses not only technical development (scales, etudes, exercises) but also the process of working independently and the preparation for life beyond Book 8 (including orchestra, chamber music, competitions and college auditions). Special bonus: an annotated list of repertoire explores in depth the spectrum well beyond that of the beginner, culled from the experience of a teacher who has successfully taught students from the age of 2 1/2 years to the university graduate level.For recommendation letters and references, students should ask teachers who are familiar with their work and who have a ... Provide these teachers with the forms the school provides, or supply a copy of the instructions along with the address to which the ... Give teachers plenty of time, as they often have many recommendations to write simultaneously. ... Find out the exact requirements for each school; usually they will be similar so that one may use the same material for all auditions.
|Title||:||Expanding Horizons: The Suzuki-Trained Violinist Grows Up|
|Publisher||:||Alfred Music -|