The final BSMA Lecture of the school year will be delivered by Margaret Parkin on 'The Importance of Suzuki Community; No Triangle is an Island'.
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!
Canada native Margaret Parkin began her musical studies as a Suzuki violin student with Richard Lawrence at the age of 4. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Violin Performance from Queen's University (Canada) and a Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting from McGill University where she studied under the direction of Iwan Edwards. She is a graduate of the British Suzuki Music Association, chair of the BSMA Events Committee, a ESA Violin Teacher Trainer, and director of BSMA Violin Teacher Training in London.
Margaret is the director of the Oxford Suzuki String Group where she maintains a private studio of violin and viola students. She has previously served as director of the Exeter Suzuki String Group, as a member of faculty at the Suzuki String School of Guelph, and director of the Guelph Youth Music Centre String Orchestras. She is a regular guest clinician and conductor at workshops and institutes in Canada, the UK, and Europe. Her most rewarding and challenging role is that of Suzuki parent to her inquisitive teenage son.