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Prescott's 'Suzuki Academy' affiliates with national organization
Chaparral MusicFest's Suzuki Academy 2011 is now accredited by the Suzuki Association of the Americas. The only camp of its kind in Arizona, Suzuki Academy will be held at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Prescott, June 8-11, 2011.
The Academy is open to Book 1 and 2 students of ages 6 through 12. Piano students who have polished the repertoire at least through Book 1’s Mary Had a Little Lamb and violin students who have polished the pieces at least through Book 1’s Perpetual Motion are invited to register.
Registered Suzuki teachers Laura Tagawa and Henry Flurry lead this Academy with assistance from Suzuki violin teachers Sarah deLaveaga http://www.prlog.org/
This small and intimate four day session is designed to fill a need within the Arizona region for a Suzuki-style camp that will further enrich and inspire students.
Tuition for the Suzuki Academy is $300. There is a $25 Discount for all registrations sent before March 31, 2011. Students with a Prescott mailing address are eligible for Acker Trust Scholarship and may subtract $40 from their tuition. Some need-based scholarships are available to students.
To view more information or print out a registration form, see http://www.chaparralmusicfest.org
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About Chaparral MusicFest: Produced by Chaparral Arts, Chaparral MusicFest is held annually in June in Prescott, AZ. Festival events include workshops and academies for youth and adults, 'New Music Arizona Concert,' and Community Drum Circle. Many events are free. Chapparal Arts is an Arizona 5013C corporation.