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Showing posts with label tuition. Show all posts

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. 

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SUZUKI

ABRSM

JAZZ

CONTEMPORARY

EXPERIMENTAL

CHORDS

COMPOSITION

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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


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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Our free site offers lots of great videos and tips for early learning.

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