Multi Piano Event for All Levels
|Date||Sunday 18th January, 2015 to Sunday 18th January, 2015|
|Venue||Suzuki Music Institute|
|Address||Unit 1/1 Central Avenue, Thornleigh, NSW 2010.|
|Booking||Email Bookings Only|
We are excited to be holding a one day Multi piano event as part of the Summer Festival 2015. Students will experience a multi-piano tutorial and a piano concert.
A Review of pieces assists in refining and developing technical and musical skills. Playing together with other pianists is fun and develops listening and beat and rhythm skills.
Book 1 - 4 Student - $50.00 per student
Book 5 & Up Student - $60.00 per student
There is no refund once Application Form has been received.
Booking close at midnight on Sunday 11th January 2015.
Students will be timetabled after registration closes. Although this is a 2hour event for each session, please ensure you are available all day as we cannot guarantee what time your sessions will commence.
You will be notified of your start time once timetabling is completed. We cannot take time preferences into account in our planning.
Please fill in the Application Form for your studio (one form per teacher/studio) and email the completed form back to firstname.lastname@example.org. Application Form must be emailed and received by Suzuki Office before midnight Sunday 11th January 2015. Late entry will incur a $20 late fee per student and subject to availability. Please note: there is no refund once Application Form has been received by Suzuki Office.
We will need Teacher's assistance on the day. Please advise if you can help.
PARENTS: Only do this IF your Teacher is not submitting or unable to put in her studio's form.
You may apply directly using this Family Application Form (one form per family). Fill in all the details required on the Application Form and email the completed form back to email@example.com. Application Form must be emailed and received by Suzuki Office before midnight Sunday 11th January, 2015. Late entry will incur a $20 late fee per child and subject to availability. Please note: there is no refund once Application Form has been received by Suzuki Office.
To determine which CHOSEN piece (for column 6 on the Application Form) your Teacher MUST choose from the REVIEW LIST as shown below. Ideally participants should also be able to play all the previous pieces on the REVIEW LIST below.
1st Example: If the last piece a student studied is #309 Little Waltz in book 3 then the CHOSEN piece would be #212 Sonatina in G, 1st mvt in Book 2 form the REVIEW LIST. As a review the student should practise and be able to play ALL the previous pieces listed in the Book 1 and 2 REVIEW LIST.
2nd Example: If the student can play #211 Minuet in G Major then the CHOSEN piece would be #210 Ecossaise in Book 2 from the REVIEW LIST. As a review the student should practise and should be able to play ALL the pieces listed in the Book 1 REVIEW LIST.
3rd Example: If the student’s last polished piece was #408 Bagatelle in Book 4 then the CHOSEN piece would be #403 Arabesque from the REVIEW LIST. As a review the student should practise and should be able to play ALL the pieces listed in the Book 1, 2 & 3 REVIEW LIST.
For reference purposes # is the Suzuki Repertoire list number
Book 1 – for this level pieces can be played hands separately or hands together
#101 Twinkles – preferably all twinkles
#108 Mary Had a Little Lamb
#112 Little Playmates
#201 Ecossaise (Hummel)
#212 Sonatina in G, 1st mvt (Beethoven)
#310 Ecossaise (L van Beethoven)
#403 Arabesque Op.100 no. 2 (Burgmuller)
#504 Sonatine in f major 1st mvt (Beethoven)
#601 Sonata in C Major, K545 1st mvt (WA Mozart)
#703 Sonata in A Major K331, 3rd mvt, Alla turca (WA Mozart)
Please note:- Suzuki Office reserves the right to make any alterations to this event should the need arise.