The University of Louisville Proudly Presents the 51st Annual Suzuki Summer Institute for Strings!
June 14-19, 2015
Our Suzuki Summer Institute in Louisville, Kentucky, is one of the oldest ongoing institutes in the nation. This summer’s Institute promises to continue a long tradition of quality instruction to students of all ages and levels. Highlights include:
- NEW! Advanced Program with chamber music (open to Traditional and Suzuki students without audition) taught by Steve Bjella, violin; Dr. Timothy Durbin, violin; Carmen Irons, cello; and Joanna Binford, viola
- NEW! Suzuki Guitar taught by William Kossler
- NEW! Blaise Poth and Jennifer Shackleton will offer “Suzuki Early Childhood Education Class” for babies and toddlers
- NEW! Art Classes taught by Kimberly Linkhart
- NEW! Introduction to Guitar led by William Kossler. Open to adults who might learn an Eagles or Beatles tune
- RETURNING BY POPULAR DEMAND!
- Dr. Timothy Durbin will teach all Technique Classes Books 1+
- Wayne Krigger returns with his famous “Movement Class”
- Dr. Steve Hendricks will lead our Workshop Choir, ages 8+
- Fiddling, Percussion, Dulcimer 101 and Young Composers Enrichment Classes
- Sunday will kick off with our Pizza Party, Opening Play-In and Ice Cream Social
- Faculty Celebration Concert
- Advanced Students will play the National Anthem at the Louisville Bats baseball game
- The Suzuki Institute will have its own personal cruise on the Belle of Louisville, with dinner, music and dancing
Student preparation is a critical component of a successful Institute. All registrations must be returned by May 1, 2015, 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 $65 until April 1st. After this the registration fee goes to $75 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 or to receive a brochure by mail, contact: Blaise Poth, Institute Director 502-852-0537 • Email
2015 Institute Brochure
2015 Suzuki String Institute Registration
2015 Faculty Information
2015 Corporate Sponsors
Cello Review List 2015
Violin Review List Workshop 2015
Viola Review List 2015
Violin Review List and Advanced Special Pieces
Scholarship Forms 2015