Peaks to Plains Suzuki Institute (PPSI), approved by the Suzuki Association of the Americas offers Suzuki students the opportunity to supplement their music studies by working with teachers from different parts of the country, interacting with other children of like interest and experiencing a full and nurturing musical environment.
Parents will enjoy classes and performances with their children, meeting other parents and attending parent classes.
Teachers will be able to receive short-term teacher training by registered SAA teacher trainers.
Advanced string players will receive invaluable instruction in ensemble playing.
*Full payment is due by June 15 unless prior arrangements are made with the Director
The Advanced String Chamber Camp
Featuring the Phoenix Quartet as coaches
Gabe Bolkosky, violin
Steffani Kitayama, violin
Andrew Duckles, viola
Miriam Bolkosky, cello
The Phoenix String Quartet in its new formation is looking forward to working with chamber groups at Peaks to Plains' Advanced Chamber Camp this July. Members of the quartet have known one another for years, but for this camp they will gather from all over the United States. Violinist Gabriel Bolkosky lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he teaches children of all ages and heads a nonprofit arts organization, The Phoenix Ensemble, that holds two chamber music workshops each summer. He will be joined by Steffani Kitayama of Washington DC, Andrew Duckles of California and Miriam Bolkosky of Massachusettes.
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