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The Chapel Hill Cooperative Suzuki Project Workshop is an annual event for Suzuki violin students of all ages. At this Saturday workshop students participate in level-appropriate Suzuki group classes led by master teacher Terry Durbin and acclaimed Suzuki teachers from the Chapel Hill-Durham area. In addition to group classes, students may participate in classes such as fiddle, jazz and improvisation, dance and movement, theory, and music history. At the end of the day, students celebrate their busy day of music fun at the all-workshop final concert. Master classes* are offered for students of all levels on Friday evening and Sunday.
*registration for master classes requires a registration and fee separate from the Saturday workshop. An additional advanced group class is also planned for Friday evening.
The Chapel Hill Cooperative Suzuki Project was founded in 1968. By 1973 the program consisted of five violin teachers, one cello teacher, and two undergraduate student violin teachers. These instructors worked with 125 Suzuki students ranging in age from three to sixteen. Today, the Chapel Hill Cooperative String Project includes many teachers and has served thousands of