Cincinnati City-Wide Suzuki
Improve Your Technique, Make Friends,
PLAY CELTIC !
Presented by Corryville Suzuki Project in collaboration with the Riley School of Music and Cincinnati Suzuki School
June 10-14, 2019
Faculty: Dr. Vincent Phelan, Elizabeth Council-Phelan, and additional faculty from the Cincinnati Suzuki School and Riley School
Contact Dr. Phelan to schedule an audition for the Advanced TEENS STRINGS Program
- Technique Classes using the Suzuki volumes and other classical repertoire
- Repertoire Classes with Celtic Fiddling and Irish-inspired classical works
- Orchestral Audition Preparation Class option for TEEN STRINGS students auditioning for the Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestras in the fall
- Visual Art Class with Cathy Lyons from Lyons Photography
on Friday night to conclude the camp
Parent Involvement: The Parent-Teacher-Student triangle relationship is why Suzuki Talent Education is so successful. Parents of campers ages 4-6 are required to attend repertoire and technique classes with their children. Parent attendance at all other classes is encouraged but optional during the camp.
About CSP: Now celebrating its 24th year, the Corryville Suzuki Project (CSP) is a nurturing, non-competitive string music education program where children receive a high level of musical training, rooted in Dr. Suzukiís philosophy that every child can learn. The CSP program espouses this core value of the Suzuki philosophy in a very literal way by inviting children of every economic, racial, and social background to communicate, develop high-level skills, and begin friendships through beautiful music. For information about the Camp Directors Dr. Vincent Phelan and Elizabeth Council-Phelan click here
Fees are non‐refundable and include all activities. Campers are required to wear a purple CSP t-shirt for the concert. Please include $15 with registration if you do not own a shirt from a previous yearís camp.
Mail tuition to: Corryville Suzuki Project,
P.O. Box 30316,Cincinnati, OH 45230
Registration deadline is May 20th. After May 20th, students are accepted as space allows.