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Friday, June 14, 2024

Bow warm up for clean string crossing and beautiful sound viola and violin


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VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


LEFT HAND Position Violin+Viola


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VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


Beginners: How to Play Violin + Viola


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Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world and you can find all our programs for strings and piano on the links below.

VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


Thursday, June 13, 2024

Bow Hold for String Players with video #suzuki_school

The bow holds for violin, viola, cello, and double bass are tailored to the size and playing position of each instrument. Here’s a brief overview:

  • Violin & Viola: The bow hold is quite similar for both instruments. The thumb is bent and placed on the frog (the end part of the bow where you hold it), and the other fingers are curved and placed at specific points on the stick. The pinky finger is curved and rests on the top of the stick to help control the bow.

  • Cello: The cello bow hold is similar to the violin and viola but adjusted for the larger size of the bow and the different angle of playing. The thumb is placed opposite the second finger, and the fingers are more spread out along the stick. The hand is also more under the stick than with the violin and viola.

  • Double Bass: The double bass bow hold is quite different due to the size and playing style of the instrument. There are two main types of bow holds for the double bass: the French bow hold and the German bow hold. The French bow hold is similar to that of the cello, with the thumb placed on the stick and the fingers spread out. The German bow hold, also known as the Butler grip, involves holding the bow like a stick, with the thumb placed on the side of the frog and the fingers wrapped around the stick.

For detailed guidance, there are educational videos available that demonstrate the perfect bow hold for each instrument and provide exercises to master the technique123. It’s important to note that while the basic principles are similar, each musician may have slight variations in their hold that suit their individual playing style and comfort




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VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


Wednesday, June 12, 2024

What is the purpose of the Orchestra Conductor? What do their movements mean?

The conductor is standing on a futuristic podium, surrounded by a symphony of advanced musical instruments. They are wearing a sleek, metallic suit with glowing accents that pulse in rhythm with the music. Their baton is a high-tech device that emits light trails as they move it, creating a mesmerizing visual effect. The conductor’s expression is focused and passionate, guiding the orchestra with precision and grace. The background features a futuristic cityscape with towering skyscrapers and neon lights, adding to the overall futuristic ambiance. 🎶✨

Conducting an orchestra involves a series of precise baton movements to communicate the tempo, dynamics, and expression of the music to the musicians. Here are some basic baton movements for different time signatures:

  1. 4/4 Time Signature:

    • Downbeat (1): The baton moves straight down.
    • Second Beat (2): The baton moves to the left.
    • Third Beat (3): The baton moves to the right.
    • Fourth Beat (4): The baton moves up.
  2. 3/4 Time Signature:

    • Downbeat (1): The baton moves straight down.
    • Second Beat (2): The baton moves to the right.
    • Third Beat (3): The baton moves up.
  3. 2/4 Time Signature:

    • Downbeat (1): The baton moves straight down.
    • Second Beat (2): The baton moves up.
  4. 6/8 Time Signature:

    • Downbeat (1): The baton moves straight down.
    • Second Beat (2): The baton moves to the left.
    • Third Beat (3): The baton moves to the right.
    • Fourth Beat (4): The baton moves up.

The first beat is always the baton (or hand) moving down from its highest position, known as the downbeat. The last beat in the bar is always up to the highest position, known as the upbeat. The beat before the upbeat is always a movement away from the conductor’s body12.

Conductors use these movements to ensure that all musicians are synchronized and understand the intended interpretation of the music. The baton acts as an extension of the conductor’s arm, enhancing the visibility of gestures, especially for musicians seated farther away3.

Advanced conducting techniques go beyond the basic baton movements and involve more nuanced gestures and expressions to convey the conductor’s interpretation of the music. Here are some advanced techniques:

  1. Expressive Gestures:

    • Facial Expressions: Conductors use facial expressions to convey emotions and dynamics to the orchestra.
    • Body Language: The entire body can be used to communicate the intensity and character of the music.
  2. Subdivision:

    • Subdividing Beats: For complex rhythms or slow tempos, conductors may subdivide beats to provide clearer guidance to the musicians.
  3. Cueing:

    • Eye Contact: Making eye contact with specific sections or musicians to cue their entrances.
    • Hand Gestures: Using the left hand to indicate cues, dynamics, and phrasing while the right hand maintains the beat.
  4. Dynamics and Articulation:

    • Dynamic Changes: Using larger or smaller gestures to indicate changes in volume.
    • Articulation: Sharp, precise movements for staccato passages and smooth, flowing movements for legato passages.
  5. Advanced Patterns:

  6. Interpretation:

    • Score Study: Conductors spend extensive time studying the score to understand the composer’s intentions and make interpretative decisions.
    • Rehearsal Techniques: Effective rehearsal techniques to communicate their vision to the orchestra and refine the performance.

These advanced techniques help conductors to communicate more effectively with the orchestra, ensuring a cohesive and expressive performance23.

Conductors handle tempo changes through a combination of clear gestures, body language, and eye contact to communicate the desired changes to the orchestra. Here are some techniques they use:

  1. Preparation:

    • Indicating the Change: Before the tempo change occurs, the conductor will often give a preparatory gesture to signal the upcoming change. This can be a larger or more pronounced movement to draw attention.
  2. Gradual Tempo Changes (Ritardando and Accelerando):

    • Smooth Gestures: For gradual tempo changes, such as ritardando (slowing down) or accelerando (speeding up), the conductor will use smooth and continuous gestures. The size and speed of the baton movements will gradually change to reflect the new tempo.
    • Body Language: The conductor’s body language will also reflect the change, with more relaxed movements for slowing down and more energetic movements for speeding up.
  3. Sudden Tempo Changes:

    • Clear Downbeat: For sudden tempo changes, the conductor will give a clear and decisive downbeat to indicate the new tempo. This downbeat is often accompanied by a strong and confident gesture.
    • Eye Contact: Making eye contact with key sections or musicians to ensure they are aware of the change and ready to follow.
  4. Subdivision:

    • Subdividing Beats: In complex passages or when transitioning between tempos, the conductor may subdivide the beats to provide clearer guidance. This helps musicians stay together and maintain the correct tempo.
  5. Breathing:

    • Breath Cues: Conductors often use their own breathing to cue tempo changes. By taking a noticeable breath before a change, they can signal the new tempo to the musicians.
  6. Rehearsal Techniques:

    • Practice: During rehearsals, conductors will practice tempo changes with the orchestra to ensure everyone is comfortable and understands the intended timing and execution.
    • Feedback: Conductors may provide feedback and make adjustments during rehearsals to achieve the desired tempo changes.

These techniques help conductors effectively manage tempo changes, ensuring that the orchestra transitions smoothly and maintains cohesion throughout the performance.

Conductors handle rubato, which means “stolen time,” by allowing for expressive flexibility in the tempo of the music. Here are some techniques they use:

  1. Preparation and Communication:

    • Clear Intentions: Conductors must have a clear idea of where they want to apply rubato and communicate this effectively to the orchestra during rehearsals.
    • Body Language and Gestures: Subtle changes in body language and baton movements can indicate the desired tempo fluctuations.
  2. Leading with the Baton:

    • Flexible Baton Movements: The conductor’s baton movements become more fluid and less rigid, allowing for slight speeding up or slowing down of the tempo.
    • Expressive Gestures: Conductors use expressive gestures to convey the emotional intent behind the rubato, ensuring that the musicians understand the desired effect.
  3. Eye Contact and Cues:

    • Eye Contact: Making eye contact with key sections or soloists to guide them through the rubato passages.
    • Hand Cues: Using the left hand to provide additional cues and signals for tempo changes.
  4. Breathing and Phrasing:

    • Breath Cues: Conductors often use their own breathing to signal tempo changes, helping musicians to stay together and maintain the musical phrasing.
    • Phrasing: Emphasizing the natural phrasing of the music to guide the application of rubato.
  5. Rehearsal Techniques:

    • Practice: Conductors work with the orchestra during rehearsals to practice rubato passages, ensuring that everyone is comfortable with the tempo changes.
    • Feedback: Providing feedback and making adjustments to achieve the desired expressive effect.

Rubato allows for a more expressive and dynamic performance, and conductors play a crucial role in shaping these tempo fluctuations to enhance the overall musical experience123.


Conducting contemporary compositions often requires a different approach compared to traditional classical music due to the unique challenges and complexities involved. Here are some techniques that conductors use for contemporary compositions:

  1. Understanding the Score:

  2. Communication with Musicians:

  3. Flexibility and Adaptability:

  4. Expressive Gestures:

    • Body Language: Contemporary music often requires more expressive and varied gestures to convey the emotional and dynamic range of the piece. Conductors use their entire body to communicate intensity, character, and mood.
    • Facial Expressions: Facial expressions play a significant role in conveying the nuances of contemporary compositions. Conductors use their faces to express emotions and guide the musicians through complex passages.
  5. Collaboration with Composers:

    • Composer Interaction: Conductors often work closely with living composers to understand their vision and interpret their works accurately. This collaboration can provide valuable insights and enhance the performance.
  6. Use of Technology:

    • Electronic Elements: Many contemporary compositions incorporate electronic elements. Conductors need to be proficient in managing these elements, including synchronization with live musicians and handling electronic equipment.

By employing these techniques, conductors can effectively navigate the challenges of contemporary compositions and deliver compelling and cohesive performances123.

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Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world and you can find all our programs for strings and piano on the links below.

VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


Piano Grand Staff 3 Octaves Piano Version #suzuki_school

Piano keys, notes, hands fingers
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Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world and you can find all our programs for strings and piano on the links below.

VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


Tuesday, June 11, 2024

French Folk Song Lesson 2 Breathing, Bow, Fingering, Rhythm, with iServalan

Today's lesson covers breathing, bow stroke exercise, fingering and rhythm. The lesson is available in my TV Lounge below, just click on the picture and you are good to go.
If you prefer a one-to-one lesson you can use the contact form or message my social media.

Suzuki School Piano Cello Performer tutor,

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Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world and you can find all our programs for strings and piano on the links below.

VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

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Monday, June 10, 2024

Cello and Piano Lessons at the Suzuki School


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Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world and you can find all our programs for strings and piano on the links below.

VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


Booking 1-1 private lessons at the Suzuki School with Sarnia de la Maré FRSA, Prices

You can book me through my social media pages, WhatsApp, or here on the site via the contact form or directly via my calendar.
This link takes to my availability for ad hoc lessons. If you want to book a term in advance I will arrange a mutually suitable time and day.


PRICING

1 hour £50
30 minutes £25
Termly in Advance 12 x 30 minute lessons £240

I use Suzuki and ABRSM Classical and Jazz methods and am happy to structure fusion lessons for a more rounded learning experience.

Once I receive your booking I will email your bill and confirm the details.

I use Zoom or Skype but I can also use WhatsApp and Facebook messaging apps if you find that easier.

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SUZUKI PODCAST 

We are proud at the SUZUKI.SCHOOL to be forward thinkers who are trailblazing modern techniques and innovative performance strategies for a new wave of musicians around the world.

Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world and you can find all our programs for strings and piano on the links below.

VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


French Folk Song Suzuki Cello Book 1 Lesson 1 with iServalan #suzuki_school

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We are proud at the SUZUKI.SCHOOL to be forward thinkers who are trailblazing modern techniques and innovative performance strategies for a new wave of musicians around the world.

Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world and you can find all our programs for strings and piano on the links below.

VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


Sunday, June 9, 2024

iServalan, presenter at suzuki_school Radio and Suzuki.School TV, fusing traditional and futuristic music

 iServalan is committed to bringing the Suzuki method to new talented musicians around the world using digital processes and cutting edge technology.

'The way humans absorb music has changed so much since I was a shy seven year old going to my first piano lesson. But it isn't just music consumption that has change. The was we make music has become so much more digitised and reliant on software. But we should never lose site of the fact that traditional music and musical training is the back bone of successfully harnessing true talent. It is easy to fake talent, to disguise it behind AI or Google Apps, but the bottom line is, if you have no talent, you will struggle to make exciting music that give you and the audience true pleasure.

My new Suzuki.School aims to bring all the aspects of traditional music playing and modern techniques together.

We are not afraid of Technology or electronics but we start with the very basics and pay attention to the minutia of detail. That is what makes a great musician.

What makes ou Suzuki.School different is the wellness approach. I focus on breathing from lesson 1. Music needs to be fun, not stressful. We use VR to mimic an audience and learn to breathe throughout our performances which helps alleviate stage fright and post practice pain. You don't need to suffer quite as much for you art as many people suspect. You just need to find a zone that produces amazing results and comfort which we can all do.'

The new www.suzuki.school teaches a range of other methods too whilst still using the Suzuki method techniques of ear playing and repetition to get a great grounding. 

We teach

SUZUKI

ABRSM

JAZZ

CONTEMPORARY

EXPERIMENTAL

CHORDS

COMPOSITION

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SUZUKI PODCAST 

We are proud at the SUZUKI.SCHOOL to be forward thinkers who are trailblazing modern techniques and innovative performance strategies for a new wave of musicians around the world.

Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world and you can find all our programs for strings and piano on the links below.

VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Variations Suzuki Book 1 Tips for Excellent Playing by iSservalan

Twinkle Variations from Suzuki Violin Book 1 are delightful to play. Here are some tips to help you master them:

Bow Division: Pay attention to bow distribution. Divide your bow into four even parts to maintain consistent sound throughout the variations. If you don’t have bow strips, you can use chalk to mark the divisions.

Precise Technique: Focus on beginner techniques without vibrato or other advanced elements. This allows you to build a solid foundation. Remember, this video complements your teacher’s guidance, so always follow their advice.

Daily Practice: Practicing the Twinkle Variations daily (around 5-10 minutes) is crucial. It trains your fingers, arms, body, and breath coordination. Consistent practice helps internalize the patterns.

Sheet Music: If you need the sheet music, you can find it online. Additionally, there are individual videos for each specific Twinkle Variation and Theme on YouTube.

Remember, while videos are helpful, they can’t replace personalized instruction from your teacher. Keep practicing, and enjoy playing! 🎻✨ If you have any specific questions about a variation, feel free to ask! 😊


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Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world and you can find all our programs for strings and piano on the links below.

VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843


Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world

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Saturday, June 8, 2024

iServalan and her electric Yamaha cello, her favourite instrument of choice for teaching at the Tale Teller Suzuki School


iServalan is a musician who teaches Suzuki cello. She has a show called “The iServalan Show” where she discusses various aspects of playing the cello. 

'As a record producer using software and many digital processes, I find the electric cello more conducive to my needs.
Specifically, micing up an acoustic instrument is difficult. Acoustics, background noise, and even my cat can ruin recordings. Plugging my Yamaha straight into my recording suite is perfect for speed and ease. I have learned to love the electric cello as a different beast to my acoustic. They have distinct personalities and idiosyncrasies. Plus I can play around with the MIDI recordings and have some fun with experimental processes (my favourite thing ever).
Of course, there is also the fact that my Yamaha has sex appeal and can play like a guitar, or in fact any other instrument using my many plugins.'

Yamaha offers a range of electric cellos, including the Yamaha SVC-110SK Silent Electric Cello. This model features a solid body design and provides a warm, natural sound. It’s ideal for players who want a classic cello sound but also have the option to plug in and amplify their performance.

Additionally, there’s the Yamaha SVC-210 Silent Electric Cello, which has different effects like direct, salon, concert hall, and church. It’s versatile and can be enjoyed with just headphones or connected to an auxiliary device for playing along with music from YouTube or other sources.

If you’re interested in learning more about electric cellos, I recommend exploring these Yamaha models. As for iServalan, you can find her content on platforms like “The iServalan Show” and connect with her there. 🎶🎻 You can also follow her on YouTube and Lounges TV 


Yamaha SVC 110 Silent Cello

£2,299.00

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Beginners

SUZUKI PODCAST 

We are proud at the SUZUKI.SCHOOL to be forward thinkers who are trailblazing modern techniques and innovative performance strategies for a new wave of musicians around the world.

Suzuki.School delivering a new program for modern musicians in a digital world and you can find all our programs for strings and piano on the links below.

VIOLA TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/viola-tv.html

PIANO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/piano.html

CELLO TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/cello-tv.html

BASS TV https://suzuki-school.blogspot.com/p/bass-school.html

IN DEPTH LESSONS https://lounges.tv/profile/iservalan

YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-Bc2FqX2TCS0IyDfbHMxw

SUZUKI PODCAST https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-iservalan-show--5932843