Dr. Suzuki himself leads Twinkle Variations - I gotta watch this again!
Youth Orchestra of Venezuela - truly an event to rival our biggest sports lineups! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWs9G-c_pcs
Violin Trio on One Violin! - this might be too much togetherness for me, but is fun to watch! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPTNP99Pues
MVHY Stringfever History of Music - an all-electric string quartet samples music through the ages -- see how many of these you can name... and not laugh about! :)
A LITTLE Czardas - this guy played this piece (AND this violin!) with the Amarillo Symphony in 2007-2008 -- see just what your child's Suzuki studies can lead to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOY2SFbikN0&eurl=http://widget.slide.com/version/20090204110013/widgets/fw/adapters/wrapper_youtube.swf?playerUrl=http://www.youtube.com/
RedGrass - This great YouTube video marries two distinctly different musical styles - traditional chinese musicians and bluegrass! Thanks to Kathy Rice for sending it... :) http://videos.komando.com/2009/03/09/chinese-bluegrass/
David Garrett - rock star style violinist performing various styles and mixes...check him out!
"Being a Suzuki Parent is..." - Great point of view from a homeschool parent on how to be involved in your child's music study.
"Our Internal, Invisible Lives" - Welcome Address to freshman class, Boston Conservatory, fall 2008 by Karl Paulnack, pianist and director of Music Division. Good read on why music matters....
"The Arts are Nice, But..." - Easy to read outline of how music study prepares students for the "real world."
"Something to Think About..." - just what are we missing?
"Nobel Medicine Winner Says I Owe it All to My Bassoon Teacher October 9, 2013: Thomas Sudhof, who shares this year’s Nobel Prize for medicine and physiology, told The Lancet in August 2010 that he owes his powers of analysis and concentration to studying a musical instrument.