SAA Enrichment Course
Bow Development from Twinkle to book 10 and Beyond
January 14th and 15th, 2017
Timing and Fees
This 10 hour workshop gives the teacher a practical and child friendly way to develop the complete bow arm from Pre-Twinkle to book 10 and beyond. This workshop will make teaching beautiful tone and a bio-mechanically effective bow arm fun for the child and easy for you.
Complex right arm concepts will be made simple for the children with the help of a cast of child-friend characters: Panda, Jelly Fish and Rabbit. Advanced bow strokes (spiccato, staccato, bariolage and more!), for the more advanced students will be made instantly better using Cathryn's "magic" formulas.
Join us, and be sure to bring your instrument as we explore the bow arm from Pre-Twinkle to book 10 and beyond. This course enrollment is limited to 25 students.
Full workshop attendance is required for completion as an enrichment course recognized by the SAA. All teachers must own or purchase the three book set by Cathryn Lee. These course materials are only available for purchase to workshop registrants. The course material fee is $75 collected with registration. (If you are repeating the course, you do not need to purchase the materials). Materials will be distributed during the registration Saturday morning.
Saturday 10:00am -12:00pm
SMAC-SANC Members: $175
All others welcome, non-member fee: $190
Cathryn S. Lee A world-renowned teacher trainer, Cathryn has taught and lectured throughout the United States, Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, SAA and ISA conferences, at the first International Teacher Trainer Conference in 2009, and the 16th Suzuki Method World Convention in Japan in 2013. She is a guest lecturer in String Pedagogy at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Cathryn is the author of Bow Exercises, Bow Strokes and Bow Stroke Excerpts for Violin books. In 1977, Cathryn founded the Suzuki Music Studio of San Francisco. She is the Artistic Consultant for the Northern California Suzuki Institute. Cathryn has a BA and MA in performance and composition, and a teaching certificate from Dr. Suzuki. She and her husband raised two sons Whit, an actor/violinist in New York City and Corin, a graduate of the Juilliard School and Yale University currently a violinist in ETHEL quartet.
Location: San Francisco Bay Area Peninsula
Mountain View Senior Center
266 Escuela Dr.
Mountain View, CA 94040
Free on-site Parking!