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May Solo Recitals

There are 5 possible things to sign up for:

  1. Solo Recital
  2. Solo Recital Rehearsal
  3. Solo Recital Reception
  4. Returning Student form
  5. Summer Suzuki Institute

You can click on each link below OR click on the first one and then use the tabs/menu at the top of the Sign-up Genius page to navigate to every step. Please, read the instructions on every sign-up page (You may have to click on “View Full Description” to read it). You can sign up using your phone, but it is much easier and quicker if you use a computer.

Sign-ups open on Tuesday, April 9, 6:30 pm.

Returning Student Form

With the limited number of spaces available for the Centenary Suzuki School and the great number of people on the waiting list, we MUST have the following information in order to plan for next year.  Please evaluate your priority commitments, because regular (routine) home practice, attendance at group classes, and CSS recitals are expected when enrolled in the program.  This form is due no later than April 23.


in Anderson Auditorium
2:00 pm and 4:00 pm

You are welcome to bring family and invite close friends. Masks will remain mandatory at all times.
We ask all our students to dress nice for the concert, and be in Anderson Auditorium for tuning 20 minutes early!
We will have a quick reception after the concert.
To have students exposed to the beauty of the violin, viola, and cello, we keep the instruments together for the spring concert. We are striving for a “sampling” from all instruments and levels. Cellists and violists should stay to hear the violins since they listened to your portion of the concert! Let’s teach our children to appreciate the hard work of their friends.

2:00 PM – 1st Spring Concert:


  • Cellos Book 1: French Folk Song, Song of the Wind, May Song, Rigadoon, Long, Long Ago, Go Tell Aunt Rhody
  • Violas Book 1: Etude, May Song, French Folk Song, Rhythm Train, Twinkle Var A.
  • Violins Book 1-2: Twinkle Var. A, Var. D and Theme, Lightly Row, Song of the Wind, O Come Little Children, Allegro, Perpetual Motion, Etude, Minuet 3, Happy Farmer, Hunters’ Chorus, Brahms Waltz, 2 Grenadiers.

Who plays at this concert?
All the students from these group classes:

  • Violin Younger Beginners (Mrs. Crawford)
  • Violin Older Beginners (Mrs. Elizabeth)
  • Violin Early Book 1 (Mr. Dan)
  • Violin Late Book 1 (Mrs. Crawford)
  • Violin Book 2 (Mrs. Adrienne)
  • Viola Book 1 (Mr. Charles)
  • Cello Book 1 (Mr. Brett)

4:00 PM – 2nd Spring Concert:


  • VIOLINS: Twinkle Variation A, and Theme, Martini Gavotte, Bach Minuets (Book 3), Bach Gavotte in D, Seitz Concerto No. 5 in D, 3rd mvt, German Dance, Country Dance, Rameau Gavotte, Handel: Sonata No 4 I. Affetuoso
  • VIOLIN STRAD CLASS: LeClair Sonata No. 5 for Two Violins, I. Allegro ma poco and Schubert “the Bee”
  • VIOLAS: Brahms Waltz, Gavotte in Gm, Vivaldi Dm 1st mov, Marcello Sonata 2nd mov. and Brahms Hungarian Dance
  • CELLOS: Praeludium and Minuet, Scherzo and Breval Sonata I C major, first movement
  • SENIORS: Schindler’s List for Violin and Viola (Isabella, Ian and Amanda) 

Who plays at this concert?
All the students from these group classes:

  • Violin Book 3 (Mrs. Crawford)
  • Violin Book 4-5 (Mrs. Elizabeth) 
  • Violin Book 6-8 (Mr. Dan)
  • Violin STRAD (Mrs. Crawford)
  • Viola Book 2-4 (Mr. Charles)
  • Viola Choir (Mrs. Adrienne)
  • Cello Book 3-4 (Mr. Brett) 
  • Cello Choir (Mr. Brett)


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