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Practice video: Review Games

How can you keep music practice interesting

Welcome to Practice Corner! We’ve talked all about why review is so important to build our repertoire… but how do you keep it fun and engaging? This week we’ll go over some creative ways to use review games to keep practice interesting.

Watch live (and ask questions)! Tune in every other Monday evening at ESMA’s Facebook Page for new Practice Corners. You can also share your own tips and questions.

If you can’t tune in to the broadcast, no worries. You can find our Practice Corner videos on the new ESMA YouTube Channel, and at the Practice Corner section of the ESMA website.

How do you keep review interesting and engaging?




Practice video: The importance of review

Why are review songs important?

Join Jodie for a discussion of the importance of review. Review is such a large part of the Suzuki philosophy, and it can make a difference in the success of the child.

Watch live (and ask questions)! Tune in every other Monday evening at ESMA’s Facebook Page for new Practice Corners. You can also share your own tips and questions.

If you can’t tune in to the broadcast, no worries. You can find our Practice Corner videos on the new ESMA YouTube Channel, and at the Practice Corner section of the ESMA website.

What are your tips and tricks for review songs?




Workshop Mar. 12: Ring Around Your Review

Workshop Mar. 12: Ring Around Your Review

In partnership with the Eugene Suzuki Strings Association, ESMA is one of many local Suzuki studios leading a review song workshop on Mar. 12.

The workshop features lively, fun-focused Suzuki group and musicianship classes with teachers from throughout our community, with a focus on how to integrate review into your family’s practice routine and maintain your motivation for keeping review in your life: into the intermediate books and beyond!

  • WHEN: Saturday, March 12: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • WHERE: University of Oregon School of Music and Dance
  • 9:00–11:00 a.m.: Group and musicianship classes, plus breaks for socializing and snacks
  • 11:00 a.m.: Public play-in (casual performance) in beautiful Beall Hall

Join us! Cost: $20 per child, with the attendance of a supervising parent or guardian. Scholarships available. Pre-registration is required: email cmi@uoregon.edu.

Questions? Contact Lillie Manis at 541.346.5694




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