Brookline Music School presents the 9th Annual Suzuki Flute Workshop on Sunday, January 20 and Monday, January 21, 2013 from 9:00am to 5:00pm at 25 Kennard Road in Brookline. This two-day workshop features a master class, group class and ensemble or reading class each day, and ends with an informal concert. Non-Suzuki flute students are welcome to join in the fun but should be familiar with some of the repertoire from the Suzuki Method.
Course Offerings: Each student will participate in 3 hours of classes daily including: A Master class with 3 or 4 students of similar age and ability; group repertoire class and either: ensemble or beginning reading class. Optional classes include Dance; Outside the Box (whistles, key clicks, harmonics and more!); Comfluter (What happens when you mix flutists with Brookline Music School's amazing music technology lab); and Jazz Improv (“It don’t mean a thing, if you ain’t got that swing!” Learn to express yourself and improvise in the jazz tradition). There is an optional pizza and ice cream sundae party on Sunday night.
Instructors: Amy Poliakoff (director), Julianne Johnston, Jennifer Laurin, PT, Kimberly Lorimier, Laurel Ann Maurer, Noelle Perrin, Norman Thibodeau (flutes), Lindsay Albert (piano), Chris Veilleux (jazz), and Tom Krusinski (dance).
Workshop tuition is $120, with additional class fees of $20. For more information about this event visit www.bmsmusic.org, call Brookline Music School at (617) 277-4593, or email Director Amy Poliakoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.