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- Your own instrument (except for bass teachers who have arranged rentals in advance) Pianos are provided.
- Your own instrument specific equipment such as seat cushions, foot rest, bow, rosin, shoulder rest, rock stop, etc.
- The newest edition of your specific Suzuki book and any review books for following along during observations
- a metronome
- a notebook to all classes
- Each teacher should review the entire Suzuki repertoire for your specific course. Memory is not required but recommended
- Teachers in the Teaching Practicum Course bring the recordings you’ve made.
Except for pianists, each teacher should bring a music stand (labeled with your name) to the Institute.
- Early June is still springtime in the Rockies.
- Afternoon showers are likely so bring a poncho or umbrella.
- Nights and early mornings will be very cool – it could snow!!
- Days are often in the 70-degree range.
- Be prepared by bringing a warm jacket and long pants. Shorts and t-shirts are often ok for daytime.
- To be prepared for the high altitude, read this letter about Good Health in the Mountains
If you forget something
- There is a large grocery store, City Market, and also a SuperWalMart in Avon if you need non musical items when you arrive.
- Exhibitors in the Vilar Performing Arts Center have Suzuki music and folding music stands if you need to purchase these items while you’re in Beaver Creek.