Annual Recital

The Annual Workshop and Recital is free of charge to all currently enrolled AC Suzuki families!

We plan for and expect each student, from our beginning pretwinklers to our most advanced high school seniors, to be at and participate in all events of this weekend. 
If conflicts arise, contact Mrs. Nies or Mrs. McDaniel ASAP so we can make accommodations.

Students currently studying with a Suzuki teacher or Suzuki program are welcome to participate in our workshop weekend!
All pieces on the final recital are performed from memory.

Non Program entry information:
Fee for non-program student involvement only is $75
Fee for non-program student involvement plus parent class availability for parents is $100
Sandwiches are available Friday night at a cost of $6/adult (12 and up) and $4/child under 12.  Pizza  lunch Saturday is provided.

Please contact Tiffany HERE to get registered and for more information! You must be registered by February 9th!

 

2018 Annual Workshop & Recital


The dates for our 2018 Workshop and Recital are:

Friday, March 2, 2018 –PM Advanced Student Masterclasses.
NO FRIDAY PLAY IN THIS YEAR

Saturday, March 3, 2018 -8:15 AM (registration) – AM Workshop Breakout Sessions for Students and Parents, lunch, PM “recital play UP”: we’ll start at the bottom of the list and work our way up the program backwards. Students may leave as they finish their highest piece.

Saturday lunch will consist of pizza.  Lunch is provided for all currently registered AC Suzuki Students and families. 

 

Sunday, March 4, 2018 - 
3:00 PM Annual Group Recital 3:00 PM Concert, Concert Hall Theater plan to be in place by 2:45

ALL EVENTS WILL BE HELD AT THE AMARILLO COLLEGE MUSIC BUILDING AND CONCERT HALL 
Washington St Campus, corner of S.W. 22nd and S. Van Buren

What to Wear

Saturday workshop is daytime casual -- your Suzuki t-shirt would be a terrific choice of attire! 
Student dress for the Sunday group recital at 3:00 will be concert dress: white shirts and black skirts (below knee)/pants, black socks & shoes.
 

Saturday Parent Classes

AC Suzuki Parents, remember to plan on attending our Required AC Suzuki Parent Meeting 9:00-9:45 AM (right after registration) on Saturday. We will also have various parent topics presented throughout the day to enhance and invigorate you as "home teachers" and your growing child's best support system, so please plan to attend. Topics are planned for parents of young children as well as middle/high school students. 


What You Need to Do:


Parent Volunteer Request - To keep our set-up and clean up fees to a minimum we REALLY need your help. We are also always in need of parent volunteers to plan and supervise activity classes. If you have a great activity for kids of any age, please let us know!
Details can be found in this link:
LINK  TO VOLUNTEER

Master Class Sign-Up - Masterclass Info TBA


Clinician Information-TBA


 

 

What to Review Especially Well!

 


   

Spring Workshop (March 2018) Review List

Please be sure to regularly review all pieces listed up to your most advanced piece.  All listed pieces should be polished and performance ready. 
These will be worked in small groups with our guest clinicians during Saturday's workshop, and presented at our Annual Group Concert.
 

Violins:

Book 5
Vivaldi-G Minor, 1st mvt

Book 4

Seitz-Concerto No. 5, 3rd mvt

Book 3
Martini-Gavotte

Book 2
Gavotte from Mignon

Witches’ Dance

Book 1
Minuet No 2

Allegro with flutes
Go Tell Aunt Rhody

French Folk Song with flutes
One Twinkle Variation in A

Twinkle Theme in C

Violas:

Book 4

The Swan with cello and guitar

Book 3
Mozart Minuet

Book 2

Lully Gavotte with cellos

Musette with cellos

Book 1

Bohemian Folk Song

O, Come Little Children with cellos

May Song with cellos

One Twinkle Variation in D

Theme in C

Cellos:

Book 6
The Swan,
harp accomp

Book 4

Marcello Adagio/Allegro

Book 3

Lully Gavotte with violas

Book 2

Musette with violas

Book 1

O, Come Little Children with violas

May Song with violas

One Twinkle Variation in D

Theme in C

Flute:
Book 2

Last Rose of Summer

Telemann Minuet

Book 1

Allegro with violins

French Folk Song with violins

Go Tell Aunt Rhody in C with pianos

Lightly Row with pianos and guitars

One Twinkle Variation in C

Twinkle Theme in C


Piano:

Book 2

Short Story

Book 1

Allegretto 1

Chant Arabe

Go Tell Aunt Rhody with flutes

French Children’s Song

Lightly Row in G with flutes and guitars

Twinkle Variation B

Twinkle Theme in C

Guitar:

The Swan with cellos

Book 2

Paganini Corrente

A Toye


Book 1

Meadow Minuet

Giuliani Allegretto

Tanz 2

Tanz 1

Lightly Row with
pianos and flutes

One Twinkle Variation in G

Twinkle Theme in C

Harp:

Book 1

Twinkle Variation A

Twinkle Variation B

Twinkle Theme in C

 

Program Order
(tentative)

CELLO/GUITAR/ VIOLA The Swan, harp accomp
VIOLIN Vivaldi-G Minor, 1st mvt
PIANO Short Story
FLUTE Last Rose of Summer
GUITAR Paganini Corrente
HARP Twinkle Variation A
PRETWINKLE DEMONSTRATION 3 min
GRADUATING SENIORS 3 min

CELLO Marcello Adagio/Allegro NO REPEATS
VIOLIN Seitz-Concerto No. 5, 3rd mvt
VIOLA
Mozart Minuet
PIANO Allegretto 1 directly into/no bow  PIANO Chant Arabe
GUITAR
A Toye
FLUTE Telemann Minuet
VIOLA/ CELLO Lully Gavotte
GUITAR Meadow Minuet
VIOLIN
Martini-Gavotte
VIOLA/ CELLO Musette
FLUTE/ PIANO Go Tell Aunt Rhody in C

VIOLIN
Gavotte from Mignon
GUITAR Giuliani Allegretto

VIOLIN
Witches’ Dance
PIANO French Children’s Song
VIOLA Bohemian Folk Song
VIOLIN Minuet No 2
VIOLIN/ FLUTE Allegro
GUITAR Tanz 2 directly into/no bow GUITAR Tanz 1
VIOLA/ CELLO O, Come Little Children
VIOLIN Go Tell Aunt Rhody
VIOLA/ CELLO May Song

GUITAR/
PIANO / FLUTE Lightly Row
VIOLIN/ FLUTE French Folk Song
without break/applause:

HARP Twinkle Variation B

PIANO Twinkle Variation B

GUITAR One Twinkle Variation in G

FLUTE One Twinkle Variation in C

CELLO One Twinkle Variation in D

VIOLA One Twinkle Variation in D

VIOLIN One Twinkle Variation in A

ALL
Twinkle Theme in C

 

 

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- the great cellist, Pablo Casals, upon hearing a group of Suzuki students perform.