STUDIO

Dr. Rylie Harrod is currently accepting a limited number of students for her studio.
 
Harrod-Corral String Studio has a limited amount of spaces available for cello students wishing to apply. Dr. Harrod is Suzuki trained and also greatly enjoys teaching middle=school and advanced high-school students with a traditional method approach. 
Resources:
Texas Strings Festival

Suzuki Association of the Americas

University of Texas String Project

Austin Chamber Music Center

Cello Talks with David Finckel

Cello Bello

BulletProof Musician

Local Instrument Rentals:

Terra Nova Violins: (512) 640-4072

http://www.terranovaviolins.com/

Blackerby Violin Shop:(512) 469-9343

http://www.violinshop.com/

Violins Etc:(512) 452-5617

http://www.violinsetc.com/

Other Rental/Purchasing Options:

Shar Music: https://www.sharmusic.com/

Reuning and Sons Violins: http://www.reuning.com/

Robertson Violins: http://www.robertsonviolins.com/

 

 

 

 

 

The Suzuki Method

How does Talent Education differ from other methods of teaching music to children?

Thoughtful teachers have often used some of the elements listed here, but Suzuki has formulated them in a cohesive approach. Some basic differences are:

  • Suzuki teachers believe that musical ability can be developed in all children.

  • Students begin at young ages.

  • Parents play an active role in the learning process.

  • Children become comfortable with the instrument before learning to read music.

  • Technique is taught in the context of pieces rather than through dry technical exercises.

  • Pieces are refined through constant review.

  • Students perform frequently, individually and in groups.

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