Summer Festival – Violin, Cello & Viola
|Date||Saturday 17th January, 2015 to Sunday 18th January, 2015|
|Time||9:00am - 12:30pm (approx) for both days|
|Venue||Abbotsleigh Junior School|
|Address||22 Woonona Avenue (South), Wahroonga|
|Booking||Email Bookings Only|
For All Levels Violin, Viola and Cello Students.
Kick start the new year with music
Book 1 Revision, fun and concert (for Violin & Cello only) - $66 per child for both days
Book 2 and up Orchestral Workshop (Violin, Viola & Cello) - $110 per child for both days.
Late Fee of $40 applies to applications received after Friday, 12 December 2014.
Music sheet/pieces will be supplied to you as soon as we received your enrollment (or latest by Monday, 12th January 2015 for late entry)
Cello students MUST bring your own stool.
Book 2 and up students - please bring music stand, music supplied, pencil and eraser.
Fundraiser Morning Tea by Suzuki Academy parents will be available on both days.
STEAA (NSW) Ltd is also doing a fundraising and will be selling Sausage Sizzles for lunch, after the Concert on Sunday 18th January.
A parent or carer must be in attendance at the Summer Festival at all times.
No responsibility will be taken by the Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (NSW) Ltd for children or students left unattended.
All cancellations must be received in writing. Cancellations received by Wednesday, 17 December 2014 will be refunded less a 40% Cancellation Fee. No refunds will be made after this date.
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
- All programs are subject to change without notice
- Faculty listings correct at time of publishing. We are unable to accept responsibility for any changes made to the Faculty prior to Summer Festival.
- Late Fee of $40 applies to applications received after Friday, 12 December.
- All applicants must be current members of their local Suzuki Association.
- STEAA (NSW) Ltd is a training organisation responsible for the continued Professional Development of our teachers. This means that we often film, photograph or record STEAA (NSW) Ltd activities both for our own records and for training of our teachers. We also feature photographs of our events for all to share in our quarterly magazine, Tempo. By enrolling in the Summer Festival it is deemed that permission has been given for photographic, audio or video footage of your child/ren to be taken at our events for use in the manner described above. Dr Suzuki's message to us was to ensure that our children are 'nurtured by love'. All our events are held within that framework and any recording is done to share and support this message.
- All cancellations must be received in writing. Cancellations received by Wednesday, 17 December 2014 will be refunded less a 40% Cancellation Fee. No refunds will be possible after this date.
- A parent or carer must be in attendance at Summer Festival at all times. No responsibility will be taken by the STEAA (NSW) Ltd for children or students left unattended.
- Your enrollment in Summer Festival indicates your acceptance of these Terms & Conditions.
Risk Warning Under Section 5M of the Civil Liability Act 2002 on behalf of Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (NSW) Ltd.
The Suzuki Association organises many events such as workshops, summer schools, performances during the course of a year. The Suzuki Talent Association Education Association of Australia (NSW) Ltd administers and convenes these activities in which many of our student members and teacher members of this Association participate.
While Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (NSW) Ltd. take measures to make these activities as safe as possible for all participants, there is a risk that students, teachers and family members can be injured and suffer loss (including financial loss) and damage as a result of their participation in these activities.
Injury can occur while the student, teacher or other member is engaging in or watching an activity, travelling to and from venues. The injury may result from the member’s actions, the action of others, the state of premises or equipment failure.
In very rare cases the injury can be life threatening or result in permanent disability.