Fall Festival

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Augustana Lutheran Church

5000 E. Alameda Ave, Denver  80246

Open to all Suzuki Violin, Viola, Cello and Flute Students Twinkle to Advanced Levels!  Registration fee is $45 per student for SAC members and $55 for non-members.  Fee includes a full day of Festival activities plus a t-shirt. 

Siblings and pianists can register for the afternoon for $25 each.  

Teachers are welcome to observe the day at no cost. 

There is a special Teacher Workshop after the Festival.

The Play-In Program is available - please print and prepare the pieces you have memorized.

Schedule

The game plan!

9:30 Check in at Augustana Lutheran Church

9:45 Welcome from SAC President, Kat Fritz

10:00 Group Class by instrument/level

11:00 Play-In in Sanctuary

12:00 Lunch - bring your own sack lunch

12:30-1:20 Special Recital by visiting Guest Artist Marilyn O'Boyle featuring works by Fritz Kreisler

1:30 Enrichment Class #1

2:30 Enrichment Class #2

2:30-3:20 Parent Talk with Marilyn O'Boyle

3:25 Students are done for the day

3:45-5:30 Teacher Workshop

Classes

Descriptions

Suzuki Group Class  A traditional Suzuki Group class experience organized by instrument type, age and ability. 

Boggled  Movement and music games to enrich your musical studies and have fun!

Dalcroze This class incorporates the basic elements of music—rhythm, melody, harmony—with body movement, to provide a multi-dimensional approach to music learning. 

Improv - Learn how to improvise and play jazz using new and familiar pieces.

Parent Talk - The Changing Role of the Suzuki Parent.  'The Suzuki Triangle' changes as the student grows older and progresses through the repertoire. It is important to recognize these changes and understand the role of each member of the Triangle as time goes on. 

Contra Dance - one of the most popular social dances in the late 18th century, though these events were usually referred to as "country dances".

Baby/Toddler Suzuki ECE music and movement class for students ages zero to 3 years. A parent attends class and is an active participant.