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Gavotte The Gavotte: MacPhail Suzuki News MacPhail Suzuki News The November 17, 2016 Season of Thanksgiving Our Pre-Twinkle 2016-2017 Class of Suzuki Violins and Violas! Pictured above the 2016-2017 Pre-Twinkle Class of Viola and Violin Students! Their first attempt at Group Class Playing Position! With the season of thanksgiving upon us, we take a moment to reflect on the vision of Shinichi Suzuki from this excerpt from Nurtured By Love and thank our students, families and teachers for their committment to developing beautiful and noble souls. So That Everyone May Attain Happiness I entertain for all people a sense of friendship and respect. Particularly when it comes to interacting with young children. I cannot help but do so with friendliness and respect. Additionally, I have come to live my days with the heartfelt prayer, “May every child born on this earth become an upstanding human being, a happy individual, and a person with desirable abilities.” This is because I came to realize that every child, without exception, is born with the potential to do so. People ask me, “What’s the use of racing about whith such an impossible dream?” I believe, however that it is possible, that the time will surely come when humankind creates such a world, and that one day people everywhere will recognize the potential of children.
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Gavotte

The Gavotte: MacPhail Suzuki News

MacPhail Suzuki News

The

November 17, 2016

Season of Thanksgiving

Our Pre-Twinkle 2016-2017 Class of Suzuki Violins and Violas!

Pictured above the 2016-2017 Pre-Twinkle Class of Viola and Violin Students!Their first attempt at Group Class Playing Position!

With the season of thanksgiving upon us, we take a moment to reflect on the vision of Shinichi Suzuki from this excerpt from Nurtured By Love and

thank our students, families and teachers for their committment to developing beautiful and noble souls.

So That Everyone May Attain Happiness

I entertain for all people a sense of friendship and respect. Particularly when it comes to interacting with young children. I cannot help but do so with friendliness and respect. Additionally, I have come to live my days with the heartfelt prayer, “May every child born on this earth become an upstanding human being, a happy individual, and a person with desirable abilities.” This is because I came to realize that every child, without exception, is born with the potential to do so.

People ask me, “What’s the use of racing about whith such an impossible dream?” I believe, however that it is possible, that the time will surely come when humankind creates

such a world, and that one day people everywhere will recognize the potential of children.

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MACPHAIL CENTER FOR MUSIC The Gavotte:MacPhail Suzuki News

The Gavotte: MacPhail Suzuki News

Upcoming Faculty Performances

MacPhail Faculty RecitalHigh Strung! A String and Guitar Showcase

Saturday, November 19, 4:00 pm, Antonello Hall

Performances include some of your treasured Suzuki Teachers:

Oboe Quartet in F Major, K. 370/368b, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)Alison Fahy, violin; Tamara Gonzalez, viola, Andrea French, cello; Crystal Hall, oboe

Chamber Concerto in D Major, RV 93, Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)James Flegel, guitar; Emilia Flegel, piano

Sarah Kang Solo Piano RecitalSaturday, December 3, 5:00 pm, Antonello Hall

Sarah will perform two short pieces by Scarlatti, a Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto #2 the first movement (solo piano version), as well as some pieces by Chopin.

The recital will last about 40 minutes. Sarah welcome you and your little ones.

Please join us in congratulating the following students and their teachers for having been selected as performers for the Fall Honors Recital.

Ravi Chepuri & Michael Feldkamp, piano duet students of Annette Lee & Richard TostensonMother Goose Suite, Mvt. II: Empress of the Chinese Nodding Dolls; Mvt. V: The Fairy Garden by Maurice Ravel

Lauren Luna, violin student of Michael SuttonPartita No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006; Mvt. III: Gavotte en Rondeau by Johann Sebastian Bach

Jaden Ma, piano student of Richard TostensonRocktata by Michael Valenti

Come listen and support your friends performance:Fall Honors Recital

Friday, December 9, 20167:30pm in Antonello Hall

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MACPHAIL CENTER FOR MUSIC The Gavotte:MacPhail Suzuki News

The Gavotte: MacPhail Suzuki News

Congratulations!

Friday, November 18Suzuki Faculty Recital

CANCELLED

Saturday, November 19Linda Trygstad Suzuki Viola and

Kathy Wood Suzuki Violin Studio Recital3:00 pm, Tower Light Retirement Home

Sunday, November 20Julia Clearman Suzuki Piano Studio Recital

1:00 and 2:00 pm, Antonello Hall

Monday, November 21Nancy Daley and Sarah KangSuzuki Piano Studio Recitals

5:45 and 7:15 pm, Antonello Hall

Thursday, November 24MacPhail Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday

Friday, December 2Richard Tostenson Piano Studio Recital

7:00 pm, Antonello Hall

Sunday, December 4Cindy Malmin Suzuki Piano Studio Recital

1:00 and 2:45 pm, Antonello HallBeatrice Blanc Suzuki Violin Studio Recital

4:00 pm, Antonello Hall

Friday, December 9Suzuki Department All Instrument Recital

6:00 pm, Antonello Hall

Upcoming Events

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Kevin Nguyen, Suzuki Piano Student of Richard Tostenson, won 2nd place in the Music Association of Minnetonka Young Artist Concerto Competition. His prize is $200 and a recognition plaque. This is in an incredibly competitive competition as he was competing amongst all instruments. Previous 1st, 2nd, 3rd prize winners are studying at major music universities now. CONGRATULATIONS KEVIN!

Congratulations to Janessa Martin, Suzuki Violin student of Alison Fahy, who completed 100 days of practicing and listening, and made it to 10 concerts!

Congratulations to Roshni Flannery, Suzuki Piano Student of Cindy Malmin, who completed 400 days of practice in a row!

Congratulations to Brian Mangold, Suzuki Piano student of Dianna Woit, who completed 100 days of practice in a row!

We want input from YOU, THE SUZUKI STUDENTS, in The Gavotte! Any submissions are welcome. This could include:Short essays about what music means to you, Poems, Buddy program stories, Out & About stories, Riddles and jokes, Practice tips, and drawings related to music! Email submissions to [email protected]. Include your name, the instrument you play, and your teacher’s name.

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MACPHAIL CENTER FOR MUSIC The Gavotte:MacPhail Suzuki News

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The Suzuki Piano Studio of Beth Turco enjoyed a Halloween Mystery Piece Challenge on Saturday, October 29, 2016. Instead of a regular written program - students and parents completed a quiz to match the title of the piece to the performer. Students dressed up in costumes, some are featured below.

Winners in each category were:Pete Vorbrich – AdultJack Herrmann – Ages 16 – 18Ingrid Vorbrich, Alex Herrmann and Sanna Walker – Ages 12 – 15Solveig Fellows – Ages 6 - 11


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