The Centenary Suzuki School offers the highest quality string instruction in the area by starting children at the earliest age possible supported by the Suzuki philosophy.
In 1977, Mrs. Laura Crawford began the Centenary Suzuki School by recruiting students through kindergarten teacher friends, then knocking on the doors of unsuspecting prospective violin students and inviting them to take violin lessons. Armed with her “Fuller Brush Kit” of miniature violins, a record album of the Suzuki Book 1 music, and a picture/poster of her young University of Texas (Austin) s
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CSS Newsletter #162 Please, sign up! These performances are a great opportunity to motivate your child to play and practice and a good chance to share all the music we have been learning!
Congratulations to our violist Sebastian Gallego! He is a finalist for the ArtBreak Festival!
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CSS Newsletter #161 Saturday, April 2—7:30 PM RiverView Theater Shreveport Symphony Orchestra Michael Butterman, conductor Michael Grandinetti, illusionist
Highlight for the Telemann Viola Concerto in G with our teacher, Mrs. Adrienne Gabriel, as the soloist!
Caddo Parish Parks and Recreation will host free Tiny Tots Concerts featuring the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra, March 12-13, 2022. 3:00pm at LSU-Shreveport Campus!
Students from the Juilliard School and the Perlman Music Programme will perform works for strings and piano, including pieces by Wieniawski, Paganini, Dvořák, Sarasate, as well as many others.
It's an ONLINE performance, Saturday 12 March at 6pm CST
‘We cannot stand idly by’: teenage Juilliard students to perform benefit concert for Ukraine The students will perform as Harmony for Healing, raising funds for medical and humanitarian aid in Ukraine, on Saturday 12 March
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CSS Newsletter #158 Local favorite John-Henry Crawford joins the orchestra for an evening that seamlessly blends the old and the new. Starting with Haydn and finishing with a work by a living Italian cellist/composer known for his eclectic style, this program will show just how versatile and entertaining the cello ca...
Exploring the Undeniable Non-Musical Benefits of Learning to Play the Violin February 25, 2021, 2:01 PM · The best thing about learning to play the violin - or any other musical instrument - is that after all those lessons and practice, you can play the violin! But that long learning process also confers undeniable benefits in other areas of life. It's important to acknowle...
, our January 29 concert is available to watch on our website through February 13:
Shreveport Symphony Orchestra
Michael Butterman, conductor
HAYDN Cello Concerto in D Major
with John-Henry Crawford
PROKOFIEV Classical Symphony
SOLLIMA Violoncelles Vibrez!
with John-Henry Crawford and Courtenay Vandiver Pierera
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CSS Newsletter #157 Saturday, January 29—7:30 PM – Livestreamed Shreveport Symphony Orchestra Michael Butterman, conductor John-Henry Crawford, cello Courtenay Vandiver Pereira, cello
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CSS Newsletter #155 Dec. 21, 4:00 pm Optional Nursing Home Performance at The Blake in Bossier City All participants and attendees will need to get a temperature check and wear masks at the facility.
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🦢 Saint-Saëns: Carnival of the Animals - Kanneh-Masons (With Narration) [Proms 2021 - Family Prom] In this "Family Prom", The Kanneh-Masons and friends perform Saint-Saëns' Carnival of the Animals with naration by EM Williams and Michael Morpurgo at the 20...
Global impact of Suzuki: The method and the movement From humble beginnings in a Japanese music school, Suzuki teaching has become one of the most popular forms of music education worldwide. In this feature from September 2012, Laurie Niles reports on the programme's global impact
Don't miss this great concert on Friday!
It features three of our Suzuki teachers: Dan Santelices, Eliot Haas, and Charles Regauer.
Johannes Brahms' String Sextet in G Major, Op. 36, contains a cryptic love letter to one of his youthful infatuations. And Sergei Rachmaninoff's youthful (and unfinished) first string quartet features a Romance hinting at the full-throttled lyricism of his later compositions. Don't miss your chance to experience these two rarely performed works LIVE and IN-PERSON!
EDIT: We are also adding a livestream ticket option for patrons who prefer that.
Tickets are by donation and may be purchased at the door or through our website (www.carrefourcmp.org).
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Suzuki Newsletter #143 This form is due on Tuesday, July 28 in order to: - Hold your place in the program - Schedule private lessons - Place students in the correct group classes - Reserve your spot for the next Mardi Gras Workshop To help you plan your finances, tuition bills will be sent in late July and will be due i...
3rd Violin Solo Recital (Books 1-4)
Viola Solo Recital II
The 1st Violin Recital, featuring students from books one through four.
Join us for the 2nd Cello Solo Recital. Live from Brown Chapel.
The 1st Cello Solo Recital. Enjoy!
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The side-effects of the Covid-19 vaccine may also include:
a concert from Yo-Yo Ma! 🤩
Yo-Yo Ma throws impromptu cello concert at vaccination site after receiving second dose Legendary cellist Yo-Yo Ma threw an impromptu concert at a vaccination clinic in Massachusetts over the weekend after the 65-year-old musician received his second dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
Last week, our student Sebastian was interviewed by the Suzuki Association of Mexico. The interview was a part of a series about the Suzuki triangle, interviewing four students, their teachers (Mr. Charles), and their parents, all from different parts of the world.
If you would like to watch it, click on the video below (in Spanish).
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CSS Newsletter #138 Parents as Partners Online launches January 27, 2021 with over 50 video, audio, and transcribed talks for parents and teachers.
Join us for a watch party, today at 6:30 pm.
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We are a non-profit organization that offers music lessons of all kinds regardless of age or skill level.
Build a solid foundation in music by learning to play the music YOU want to learn!
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