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Clarinet Choir Camp is in Day 2. They have only had a day of practice and the Shostakovich is coming together already. Can't wait to hear it at the concert on Friday!

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Clarinet Choir Camp started today! It was great to hear and see wonderful young musicians making music and having fun! The camp goes until Friday and will culminate in a concert Friday evening at ... See more

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It's not too late to sign up for "Clarinet Choir Camp" which begins on Monday, June 25th through June 29th!

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Don't forget to shop at AmazonSmile! When you shop AmazonSmile, you support the Suzuki School for Strings. With each purchase, AmazonSmile will make a donation to our fantastic school. Let's keep ... See more

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The reaction to our last faculty concert was so outstanding we're thinking about what's next! Help us with a vote! This will be a "Name that Tune" guessing game too!

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Anthony Fortuna is still accepting student registration for Anthony Fortuna's Clarinet Choir Camp at The Suzuki School in Plains. Don't miss the clarinet event of the year!

Through the camp you ... See more

3 years ago
Mystery Broadway Music Concert

The Suzuki School for Strings had so much fun today playing the "Mystery Broadway Music" Concert for such an appreciative audience! Theresa Beckish won the "Grotto Movie and Pizza Deal" by naming ... See more

3 years ago
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Today’s the day! It’s dreary outside, which means its a perfect day to spend indoors with our Broadway Concert! Hope to see you this afternoon at 2!

Tickets are now on sale for ..................................

“MYSTERY BROADWAY MUSIC” FACULTY CONCERT!!!
June 3, 2018, 2:00pm at the Suzuki School for Strings in Plains.

Adult $10.00
Student ... See more

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I just supported the Suzuki School for Strings on AmazonSmile! I shop! Amazon gives!

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The entire Suzuki School family wishes Theresa (violin) and Jack (piano) all of the best wishes for their PATAsphere Gala this Sunday at the F.M. Kirby Center. What an amazing event and incredible ... See more

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Tickets are now on sale for ..................................

“MYSTERY BROADWAY MUSIC” FACULTY CONCERT!!!
June 3, 2018, 2:00pm at the Suzuki School for Strings in Plains.

Adult $10.00
Student ... See more

3 years ago

Mother's Day is coming up on Sunday, May 13th and many of you are shopping for gifts for Mom. Why not purchase a gift for her from AmazonSmile? This is a great opportunity for you to purchase that ... See more

3 years ago

Have you placed an order with AmazonSmile yet? I just did and it is so easy! Type in "Amazon Smile" in your browser, use the same information to log in that you normally do for your regular amazon ... See more

3 years ago

Our “Instrument Petting Zoo” Open House is Sunday, April 22nd from 2-4 PM at the Suzuki School!

Bring a friend or relative with you to try out the violin, cello, bass or piano – or all of ... See more

3 years ago

Anthony Fortuna will be hosting a Clarinet Choir Camp at the Suzuki School for Strings in June! Read below for more information from him.

Dear Musicians,

I am delighted to announce that I will be ... See more

3 years ago
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It was a big day on Wednesday this week for Titus Stuart, age 4. He had his first cello lesson with Mr. Brubaker! Now Titus can be part of all the music going on in the Stuart home with his brother ... See more

3 years ago

INSTRUMENT “PETTING ZOO” OPEN HOUSE!

The Suzuki School for Strings is hosting an Instrument “Petting Zoo” on Sunday, April 22, 2018 from 2:00 to 4:00pm
Do you enjoy hearing music in your ... See more

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Do you remember when the Suzuki School for Strings participated in "Random Acts of Culture" at Canteen 900 in Forty Fort a few years ago? Here is the video to hear the Pachelbel Canon. Music is so ... See more

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On April 1, 2018, the Suzuki School for Strings will be celebrating 6 fabulous years at our new location! What a ride it has been! When I look back, I remember that day that we moved the entire ... See more

3 years ago

Suzuki students, Amelia Priebe and Vaughn Rudloff participated in #StringFest at Kirby Center for the Creative Arts, At Wyoming Seminary this week! #SuzukiProud
Laura T. Macaravage Rudloff Melody ... See more

3 years ago

The Suzuki School for Strings held its annual Spring Orchestra concert on Sunday, March 10th. The students did a fantastic job! Both Junior and Advanced Orchestras performed. Piano students ... See more

3 years ago

Today is a big day for Penny Poepperling. She learned all of her Twinkle Variations and Theme on her cello after many weeks of hard work. Thanks to Grandma Maureen for helping her every step of ... See more

3 years ago

You can support the Suzuki School for Strings while you shop! Here’s how.............

An easy way to support our school is by shopping on AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile is operated by Amazon and has ... See more

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SAVE THE DATE...........................................

“MYSTERY BROADWAY MUSIC” CONCERT
Sunday, June 3, 2018 at 2:00pm at the Suzuki School in Plains.

The Suzuki School for Strings Faculty ... See more

3 years ago

Students who performed on the Solo Recital last Sunday did a terrific job!
First row: Justin Dzikowski, John Sica, Wesley Seigfried, Emily Werner, Jesse Dzikowski, Maddox Klein, Daphne Mattingly
2nd ... See more

3 years ago

Congratulations to all of our students who performed solos on our annual Solo Recital weekend! You were fabulous!! Students below performed on the Saturday recital.
Left to right:
1st row: Penny ... See more

3 years ago
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Our website has a gorgeous new re-design! Check it out, show it to friends that may have a child, children or even themselves interested in lessons. Please help us share the new Suzuki look!

We ... See more

3 years ago
Violin and Cello Chorale Quartets

Former students of the Suzuki School for Strings, Ben Brubaker (violin) and Jonathan Jagozinski (cello) got together during winter break from college to play chorale quartets with Jean and Peter ... See more

3 years ago

We are so excited to announce that Ed Wargo, flutist, will be teaching flute at the Suzuki School for Strings. Mr. Wargo is our long-time friend and music colleague. He is an excellent flutist and ... See more

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Our 2nd year marching in the Plains Holiday Parade on Saturday, November 25, 2017!

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse (aka Peter and Jean Brubaker) at our Annual Group Class Concert on November 12, 2017....

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Congratulations to all of our performers who participated in the Annual Group Class Concert on Sunday, November 12. 2017. You were fabulous!

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Alex Brandreth and Ben Brubaker

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Alex Brandreth, former cello student of Jean Brubaker, and Ben Brubaker, former violin student of Jule Supplee and viola student of Father Gerard McGlone, played in the West Chester University ... See more

3 years ago

Cellists are rehearsing for our annual Group Class Concert on November 12, 2017 at 2pm at the Suzuki School for Strings. We hope you can attend! Nathan Kile, Peter Brubaker, Virginia Franks, Justin ... See more

3 years ago
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The "All Disney Music Concert" on October 29, 2017 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Plains was a great success! Pictured below are: Amelia Priebe, Zachary Updyke, Lily Mei Balmer, Hanson Zhang, Jule ... See more

3 years ago

Maureen Wezmar, cello, Alex Brandreth, cello and Michele Millington, cello, participated in the Kenai Peninsula Orchestra in Alaska in August. Concerts were performed in Homer and Kenai, Alaska. ... See more