Suzuki String Institute
The University of Louisville Presents it's 53nd Annual Suzuki Summer String Institute, June 11-16, 2017
Our Suzuki Summer Institute is one of the oldest ongoing institutes in the nation. Come and join in the celebration as we continue to change and evolve in our 53rd year!! Special events, concerts and activities.You don¹t want to miss this special institute year. This summer¹s Institute promises to continue a long tradition of quality instruction to students of all ages and levels.
We have a special faculty line-up. For our advanced violin camp we welcome Bryan Hall from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He will be our Featured Performer on our Opening Concert on Sunday June 11. Also we have Dr. Timothy Durbin, violin, Joanna Binford, viola and Alexander Croxton, cello.
We also welcome back Dana Meyer. Founder of the Music City Strings in 2005 in Franklin, Tennessee. Her studio is based on the Suzuki method of teaching. Music City Strings is one of the top string-performance ensembles in the country.
Then we also welcome back Crystal Plohman. She is no stranger to the wide world of fiddling styles or to the Suzuki Method. As a performer, clinician, pedagogue, composer and inspiration to thousands of young players, she has dedicated the past twenty-five years to sharing her knowledge across the fiddling spectrum. She is currently Senior Artist Teacher of Suzuki Violin and Fiddling at the Blair School.
Our 2017 Summer Institute is shaping up into a Fun Summer Event. We hope to see you there!
Student preparation is a critical component of a successful Institute. All registrations must be returned by May 1, 2017, to permit adequate time for participants to review and polish the Institute repertoire. Enrollment is limited so register early.
There will be an early bird registration of $75 until April 1st. After this the registration fee goes to $85 until May 1st.
Any registration postmarked after May 1st will be assessed a $100 registration fee. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Classes are located in the School of Music building on the University of Louisville campus. Housing is available nearby in the
University dormitory or at hotels, such as along Crittenden Drive. All buildings are air-conditioned and handicapped accessible. Several restaurants are within walking distance of the School of Music.
For further information contact: Blaise Poth, Institute Director 502-852-0537 • Email