The next in our lecture series will be delivered by Guillem Calvo, and is entitled "Review for Happy Practices".

Review is one of the best tools we have to learn to play an instrument. In this talk, Guillem will explore the reasons why review is so crucial to skill development and how it has been instrumental to his own development as a musician as well as for his students. 

Included will be some of the best strategies to make review part of our daily practice with ease.

Please only book one ticket type as the post-event link will be sent out to all attendees/registrants as well.

The Zoom link for the lecture will be sent out the weekend of the event. We hope many of you will be able to join us!

Guillem Calvo is a violinist and Suzuki Teacher Trainer based in London, although his Suzuki journey started in Barcelona before the age of 3! After completing his studies with Suzuki Teacher Albert Sarrias and later at the Barcelona Conservatori del Liceu, he moved to the UK to study violin under Yossi Zivoni at the Royal College of Music and masters with Shmuel Ashkenasi at the Musikhochschule in Lübeck, while also training as a Suzuki Teacher in the UK.

Since then, Guillem has been sharing his passion for performing as a freelance musician, with his teaching and training new teachers in the Suzuki Method. He runs a busy teaching studio, gives talks and workshops around Europe and runs his own online training course Insight Suzuki.

He has performed under prestigious conductors like Sir Colin Davis and Bernard Haitink in renowned orchestras like the London Symphony Orchestra with whom he debuted as a soloist in 2009. He is a member of the Insieme Ensemble in London, and the Albéniz Ensemble, with whom he organises and performs at the Lautada Music Festival in the north of Spain.

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