GREENVILLE SUZUKI WORKSHOP
February 2-3, 2018
Registration for the 2018 Workshop is Open! Click on Register tab for registration forms.
NEW in 2018:
CELLO CHOIR is open to anyone in the Suzuki Cello School Book 2 and above.
INTRODUCTION TO ORCHESTRA/ENSEMBLE for students who have completed “I Can Read Music, vol. 1” or equivalent and able to read notes on all four strings. Go to Orchestra Ensembles tab for more information.
ADVANCED ENSEMBLE for violin students who have polished and are performing Humoresque Book 3 and above, cello students at Two Grenadiers, Book 2 and above and viola students at Gavotte by Lully, Book 2 and above. Go to Orchestra Ensembles tab for more information.
Friday night features Lessons with Master Teachers, Advanced Ensemble, Introduction to Orchestra/Ensemble, Cello Choir and Fiddling.
Start the day on Saturday with a BANG and get the full Workshop experience with high energy Play-Ins led by Terry Durbin and Rodney Farrar.
Violin Play-In will be in the GHS Auditorium at 8:00 AM.
Cello Play-In will be in the GHS Band Hall at 8:00 AM.
Early Registration Payment Deadline is December 15, 2017. To be processed as Early Registration, the $70 payment must be received by December 15. If payment is received after December 15, the full registration fee of $80 is due.
Regular Registration and Payment Deadline, January 12, 2018.
After January 12, registration is not guaranteed. We will honor as many late registrants as possible. A late fee will be applied after January 12. Registration fees are non-refundable after January 12, 2018.
Registration is not complete until all Forms and Registration Fees are received by Greenville Suzuki Workshop. A student will not be scheduled for classes until registration is complete and payment is received. Late registrants will be scheduled if space is available.
Location of Workshop:
Greenville High School
3515 Lion’s Lair
Greenville, Texas 75402
The Greenville Suzuki Strings program owes its existence to the support of our community. It’s not common to find a program such as ours in any public school system, let alone in a relatively small town. However, it’s not surprising given Greenville’s history of music advocacy and appreciation. The champions in implementing this program, the Greenville Suzuki Strings Association (GSSA) and the Greenville Independent School District (GISD), are prime examples.
The GSSA and GISD join other non-profit organizations whose purpose is to enrich our lives through music. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra in Greenville Series, Kenneth Threadgill Concert Series, Bob Wills Fiddle Festival and Contest, and Greenville Entertainment Series all bring live music to our community throughout the year. All of these organizations rely on the patronage of our neighbors and community businesses.
Funding for this event is provided in part by the City of Greenville Hotel/Motel Occupancy Tax Revenues.
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