This event is open to Suzuki students and the International and British Suzuki Teacher Faculty.
Located within the beautiful King Charles Court (designed by Christopher Wren) at the Old Royal Naval College, situated alongside the River Thames and Greenwich Park, Trinity Laban is one of the premier institutions in the UK to study music.
This non-residential course is open to Suzuki violin, viola, piano, cello, flute, and recorder students of all levels. The course offers individual and group lessons on: totalisation, Dalcroze's method (eurhythmics, solfège, and improvisation), playtogethers, and solo concerts.
The course is directed by Grant Mead (piano teacher). Grant has been a Suzuki piano teacher since 1981 and is the Director of Piano for the British Suzuki Institute. He is a graduate and former lecturer of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and in 1990 he moved to Paris to study with the renowned French concert pianist Cécile Ousset.
For information regarding ticket prices and registration, please click here.
Students, teachers, trainee teachers, and observers are all welcome.