The first BSMA Lecture of the new academic year will be delivered by Jane Panter on 'Understanding the Suzuki Difference and the Challenge of Change'. This will focus on HOW the Suzuki way is different from the way so many of us learnt…..and WHY it’s so difficult to do it differently!

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!

JANE PANTER studied viola and piano at the Royal Academy of Music and after nearly 20 years of traditional piano and string-teaching in schools and at home, came across the Suzuki Method in action. A friend started training, needed an accompanist for groups and wanted pupils; so Jane became a Suzuki parent first with her youngest son aged 3, and before long began the violin training course herself.

Jane has now taught Suzuki violin and viola in Liverpool for 30 years, is a graduate of the ESA in both instruments and is also a Teacher Trainer.

She has organised regional events, graduation concerts, residential weekends and concert tours abroad. Jane loves teaching, working with children and their parents, helping to train new teachers, and sharing her love of all kinds of music.

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