Institute schedule for Sunday, June 4

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Schedule Change:

Afternoon classes will begin at the following times; 12:45, 1:45, and 2:45.  Our final concert will begin at 4:15.

TODAY’S  SCHEDULE

11:30 Parent Brown Bag Lunch Talk in Room

Today’s topic will be “Change the Environment, Not the Child”, by Ann Montzka Smelser

3:50 Report to the following rooms for tuning:

M217   Violins, Twinkle – Book 2

M223   Violins, Book 3 – 6 and Violas

M219   Advanced Violins

Davis Hall   Cellos

M211   Flutes

M207   Guitars

4:15 Final Concert

Institute Schedule for Saturday, June 3

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TODAY’S  SCHEDULE

If you are scheduled to play for a recital, you must arrange rehearsal time prior to the performance. Sign up for one rehearsal time by choosing this link and completing the form.

Recital Rehearsal Sign-up Form

If you don’t sign up in advance, you may not get a rehearsal time. It is your responsibility to provide the piano music if you are performing a non-Suzuki piece. Recital performances are an honor, so please dress appropriately. No shorts, tight clothes, or ripped jeans, please!

11:30 Parent Brown Bag Lunch Talk in Room

Today’s topic will be “Practice Motivation: Staying the Course When the Going Gets Rough”, by Andrea Cannon

12:30 Student Recital in Davis Concert Hall

 

7:00 Chamber Music and Elective Class Recital in Davis Concert Hall

Institute Schedule for Friday, June 2

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 TODAY’S  SCHEDULE

Remember that the Saturday recital will begin at 12:30.

If you are scheduled to play for a recital, you must arrange rehearsal time prior to the performance. Sign up for one rehearsal time by choosing this link and completing the form.

Recital Rehearsal Sign-up Form

If you don’t sign up in advance, you may not get a rehearsal time. It is your responsibility to provide the piano music if you are performing a non-Suzuki piece. Recital performances are an honor, so please dress appropriately. No shorts, tight clothes, or ripped jeans, please!

Today’s topic will be “What Defines Progress”, by Nicolette Solomon

12:30 Graduation Recital in Davis Concert Hall

7:00 Faculty Showcase Recital in Davis Concert Hall

 

Institute Schedule for Thursday, June 1

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TODAY’S  SCHEDULE

If you are scheduled to play for a recital, you must arrange rehearsal time prior to the performance. Sign up for one rehearsal time by choosing this link and completing the form.

Recital Rehearsal Sign-up Form

If you don’t sign up in advance, you may not get a rehearsal time. It is your responsibility to provide the piano music if you are performing a non-Suzuki piece. Recital performances are an honor, so please dress appropriately. No shorts, tight clothes, or ripped jeans, please!


11:30 Parent Brown Bag Lunch Talk in Room

Today’s topic will be “Understanding Your Child’s Musical Brain”, by David Gerry

12:45 Student Recital in Davis Concert Hall

Institute Schedule for Wednesday, May 31

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TODAY’S  SCHEDULE

Need dinner on Saturday?  Join the Chamber Music and Elective students for a pizza party on Saturday from 5:30 to 6:30.  The cost is $6 for one slice of pizza, drink and veggies.  Extra slices are available for $2.  See Sally Endestad or Dylan Candelaria in the great hall during lunch time to sign up.  You can also email Sally at sendestad@gmail.com.


If you are scheduled to play for a recital, you must arrange rehearsal time prior to the performance. Sign up for one rehearsal time by choosing this link and completing the form.

Recital Rehearsal Sign-up Form

If you don’t sign up in advance, you may not get a rehearsal time. It is your responsibility to provide the piano music if you are performing a non-Suzuki piece. Recital performances are an honor, so please dress appropriately. No shorts, tight clothes, or ripped jeans, please!


11:30 Parent Brown Bag Lunch Talk in Room

Today’s topic will be “Practice Space: Physical and Mental”, by Gail Acosta

12:45 Student Recital in Davis Concert Hall

Institute Schedule for Tuesday, May 30

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Today’s Schedule

If you are scheduled to play for a recital, you must arrange rehearsal time prior to the performance. Sign up for one rehearsal time by choosing this link and completing the form.

Recital Rehearsal Sign-up Form

If you don’t sign up in advance, you may not get a rehearsal time. It is your responsibility to provide the piano music if you are performing a non-Suzuki piece. Recital performances are an honor, so please dress appropriately. No shorts, tight clothes, or ripped jeans, please!

12:30 Chamber Music Coaching Sessions

  • Room G202:  Alex Apicella, Sydney Cox, Audrey Swank, Sophie Prichard
  • Room G306:  Brian Ely, Lex Zacheis, Sarah Montalbano, Joshua Swank
  • Room M311:  Clara Teller, Lila Quigley, Lucas Candelaria, Hank Zacheis
  • Room G304:  Jonathan Swank, Dylan Candelaria, Andrew Cox, Laura Mayo
  • Room G301:  Areli Stringfellow, Theodore Handley, Jack Cater, Cirdan Vonnahme
  • Room M211:  Andrew Stringfellow, Asa Edwards, Joseph Montalbano, Kiya Gates, Young Chang Choy
  • Room M207:  Sophie Benson, Noelle Bertram, Grace Boswell, Luke Buth, Melora James

 

1:00 – 3:00 Pick up schedules and locate classrooms

  • In the area outside the Salisbury Theater side doors
  • Students enrolled in Viola for Violinists class can sign out a viola in the Suzuki Office

2:00 Graduation Rehearsals

  • Violins will meet in room M217
  • Cellos will meet in room M223
  • No graduation rehearsals for Flute or Guitar on Tuesday

3:00 Orientation and Faculty Introduction

  • Davis Concert Hall
  • FSI Official T-shirt Picture for all students and faculty – outside the Great Hall on the steps of the Rasmussen Library facing the fountain.

3:30 Play In

4:30 Faculty Meeting

5:30 Picnic at Pioneer Park Playground Shelter

A rain or shine picnic will be held at Pioneer Park. All students, families, and teachers are invited to the picnic area closest to the main playground. Please plan ahead to make a salad, side dish, fruit plate, or dessert to bring. Drinks and picnic dinnerware will be provided. Let’s treat our clinicians to a bountiful Alaskan Picnic! Please bring enough food to feed your family and 10 others. We want to have plenty for everyone, especially our out-of-town guests.

A Typical Day at the Fairbanks Suzuki Institute

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It is nearly time for Institute! You will receive your individual schedule with your registration packet on Tuesday, but here is an overview of a typical day.


8:30 to 11:30 Morning classes
11:30 to 12:30 Lunch and Parent Talks
12:45 -1:45 Student Recital  – Attendance at these recitals is strongly encouraged
2:00 to 6:00 Afternoon Classes
Evening events include:
Tuesday, 5:30 pm potluck picnic at Pioneer Park
Friday, 7:00 pm Faculty Showcase Recital
Saturday, 7:00 pm Chamber Music and Elective Recital

Heart of Alaska Strings

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The Heart of Alaska Strings, under the direction of Dr. Gail Johansen, will perform this Saturday, May 6 at 7:00 PM at Zion Lutheran Church on Davis Road. The recital will feature soloists and also violin choir pieces. Admission is free and all are invited.

Come support these musicians and enjoy an evening of beautiful music.