Suzuki Practice Video: Up Like a Rocket


Suzuki Practice Video: Up Like a Rocket

Watch: Up Like a Rocket

Wisconsin Conservatory of Music faculty member, Talia Pavia, demonstrates Up Like a Rocket for violin and viola.

Wisconsin Conservatory of Music Suzuki faculty member and String Department Co-Chair, Talia Pavia, demonstrates Up Like a Rocket for violin and viola.

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Meet Talia

A versatile artist, Talia performs with classical, jazz, and pop ensembles.  Her chamber music interpretations have been called “remarkably sensitive and mature” by John von Rhein of the Chicago Tribune. Her experience in chamber music and world music includes additional appearances with Alan Vizzutti, Mark O’Connor, and with Rana Santacruz at the Chicago World Music Festival.  She has played under the baton of world-class conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Pinchas Zukerman, and Pierre Boulez as a member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago. Talia has toured internationally in chamber music festivals including the Zeist Music Days in the Netherlands.  Ms. Pavia studied with the Grammy-nominated Vermeer Quartet and trained in one of the world’s premier string quartet programs under the auspices of the Vermeer.

Girl Playing Violin By Stairs

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Group classes & private lessons are together an essential component of the Suzuki Method. The method treats music education in the same way that people learn to speak their native language; through listening, imitation, and repetition in a positive, nurturing learning environment. At the heart of the Suzuki philosophy is the idea that everyone has talent and can become a successful, sensitive, and caring person through the study of music in the Suzuki method.

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