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Westchester Suzuki Institute 2023
The Westchester Suzuki Institute
"Noble hearts nurtured with love" Shin'ichi Suzuki
A Typical Virtual Day
A typical day at the Westchester Virtual Institute may include:
9:00 am schedule begins
9am - 12 pm, 1pm - 3 pm: Classes for all students
3 - 4 pm: Special Concerts/Events - including Colin Jacobson (The Knights/Brooklyn Rider,) Cassatt String Quartet, Costume Solo Concert, Zoom Games, Play Down Concert - and others!
Edward Rosen Wallberg
Tell Me A Story
Composition/Theory/Create Music Using Apps
Hidden Gem Composers
All virtual classes will be held over Zoom, fully sup-ported by the tech supervisor – Jeremy Goldsmith.
Please plan prior to registering for the Westchester Virtual Institute:
Available devices for all participants in your house-hold. Devices must have a well-functioning video camera and microphone. Desktops, laptops, tablets and newer cell phones are all viable options.
Your household internet connectivity and bandwidth strength.
Internet glitches - Teachers will do their best to accommodate if such circumstances arise in your household but there will be no refunds issued for any missed lessons.
Registration is on-line or via US Mail and full payment is due by check with registration form. Registration deadline: May 1, 2021.
(All participants of last year's 2020 Westchester Virtual Work-shop will receive 10% off of tuition for the 2021)
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