COMING SOON :SPECIAL EVENTS

PARENT NOTES

  1. 2019 ENSEMBLE PROGRAM begins next week, WEEK 2.

    TUESDAY, WEEK  2 ensembles :sessions START MARCH 5

    Venue: Building 430 studio at first Floor

    4:35 - 5:05 QUARTET 

         Mia, vln /Lillian, vln, /Sarah vla, / Layla  cello-  5:15 class) 

    5:30 - 6 pm STRING QUARTET

            Nathan vln.1 /Leila , vln 2,/ Sofia M. vln 3/ Johann R cello

     

    TUESDAY WEEK  1 ensemble sessions START MARCH 19

    4:40 - 5 -5:10 TRIO:

        Jordan vln 1/ Rashad vln 2 /Matthew cello  (Matthew - 5:15 class)   

    5:25 -5:55 TRIO:

              Samantha, vln 1/Kaylen, vln 2/Rochelle, vln 3:  wk 1- (Samantha has 6:15 class) 

     NOTE:

    All ensembles are set to allow ample time:

    a) to ARRIVE EARLY to ensemble session

    b) to be  in class BEFORE the START time

  2. TUESDAY INTERMEDIATES: BRAMPTON BEAST INTERMISSION PERFORMANCE. Will perform Fandango

    Time Saturday March 9 3 pm arrival for 4 pm game, at the Powerade Center, 7575 Kennedy Rd Brampton

    Parents MUST respond to YOGITA no later than February 28th with a yes or no so that we know whether or not we can attend. Then final details can be arranged.

  3. PHOTO DAY is re-scheduled for Tuesday March 5 during all classes Thursday students must come on Tuesday for photos .Arrive early- wear colorful clothes, but please not red.

  4. Rose Orchestra “Bohemian Rhapsody” Concert.” March 23rd, will be an amazing showcase for the violin and a program of exciting famous classic showpieces for orchestra! ORDER Tickets by March

  5. Session III fees are due now, for start date of mid March (see calendar)

  6. ADVANCED and INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS EVENT performance Tuesday April 16 4 to 7pm

  7. SUZUKI BOOKS TO BE RETURNED IMMEDIATELY .

    ALL SUZUKI BOOK 1 for violin, viola, cello and bass, no longer used for private lessons must be returned or replaced.

    MATT loans all books free of charge. Search your home for all MATT books no longer being used and NOTIFY Yogita that they will be returned next class.

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP WITH THIS URGENT SITUATION

  8. ADVANCED students please check email and print /learn new piece Gabriel’s Oboe, being sent to you by email

    HOMEWORK THIS WEEK

    BEGINNERS: Practice charts filled in daily FOUR times per week . Bring chart to class!

    Review:

    D scale-long bows and with one of the rhythms below each day

    Twinkles: long bows and with one of the rhythms below each day

    our rhythms : run pony, mississippi hotdog, mississppi mississippi, I stop and you stop

    REVIEW this Week:ALL of LONG, LONG AGO : Line 1 , 2 and 3 and 4 with repeats seen on handout

    READING MUSIC :THEORY ASSIGNMENTS

    • #1 The Staff

    • #2 High and Low

    • #3 The Grand Staff

    • unfinished for some :#4 Your CLEF

    • MEMORIZE YOUR lines and spaces: always from bottom up:

      cello: BASS - F- clef: 4 spaces ACEG: All Cows Eat Grass ;

      5 Lines GBDFA Great Big Dogs Fight Always

      violin: TREBLE- G- clef 4 spaces FACE- spells FACE

      5 Lines EGBDF Every Good Boy Deserves Fun

    bring to class for marking

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    INTERMEDIATES:

    Practice charts filled in daily FIVE times per week . Bring chart to class!

    1. Scale of D major , then Fandango- careful counting

    2. scale of G major: Largo bars 1 to `26

    3. NEW: in same key, G major : MARCH from SCIPIO bars 1 to 10

    4. Scale of F major- F natural to F natural NO #s, ADD Bb

    PIRATES of the CARIBBEAN bars 1 to 26

    5. Scale of G major , then March in style of Corelli- careful tuning

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    ADVANCED:

    Practice charts filled in daily FIVE times per week . Bring chart to class!

    Review: Session 1 music: Canon, Deep River, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik

    New January pieces:

    Danny Boy - ALL- FOLLOW BOWINGS- CELLO SOLOS

    Rondeau - ALL-practice DETACHED bowing , legato (smooth) section b. 40 - 52

    Pirates of the Caribbean - learn to the END with BOWINGS

    Au Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy- review to bar 37.

    Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.

    1. —Jamie Paolinetti