Registration is now available! Summer camps and offerings available for all ages and skill levels.
Ages: 4 - 18
Session Length: One Week
Skill Level: Beginner and Up
Students who are currently studying violin, viola, cello, bass, guitar, piano, or harp in the Suzuki Method can join The Music Settlement Suzuki faculty and guest clinicians for a week of instruction, motivation, and fun!
Campers will participate in instrumental group classes, theory classes, and choir. Each camper will receive two 30- minute private lessons scheduled after camp hours during the week. Daily noon recitals will showcase our Suzuki faculty and camp students.
Suzuki Camp begins with an orientation on Sunday, July 28th at 3:00pm where families will receive their weekly schedules, meet the faculty and staff, and start the fun! Camp culminates with a grand finale concert on Saturday, August 3rd at 10:00 am.
Note: Suzuki Camp registration closes on July 15, 2024.
Inclusion options and supportive programming may be available to assist students/campers. Please call The Music Settlement's Center for Music Therapy at 216-421-5806 ext. 104 or email us to discuss whether a program and/or camp has the potential to be a successful experience for your child. The Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship is not an eligible fund for any camp at The Music Settlement. (This fund may be used for music therapy services.)
SUZUKI CAMP - EXTENDED DAY (Course #12667)
12:30 pm - 3:00 pm; $135
During Suzuki Camp Extended Day, campers will participate in ensembles or additional enrichment classes. The Suzuki Camp Orchestra provides older Suzuki students with an opportunity to learn alternative styles of orchestral music and to reinforce musical and technical skills. Students must be in Book 2 or above to participate in the orchestra, or at the discretion of the Suzuki Camp Director. (Classes may vary slightly depending on enrollment.)
Campers must be enrolled in Suzuki Camp in order to participate in Suzuki Camp - Extended Day.
|July 29, 2024 - August 02, 2024 Jul 29, 2024 - Aug 02, 2024
|Sunday orientation, Monday - Friday
|9:00am - 12:30pm
Suzuki Department Head; Instructor, Suzuki Violin
Callista Koh has been a full time Suzuki violin instructor at the Music Settlement since September of 2001, and the Suzuki Department Chair since August 2010. Prior to her appointment at The Music Settlement, Callista was on the Suzuki faculty at the Cleveland Institute of Music and the Fairmount F... Expand
Callista Koh has been a full time Suzuki violin instructor at the Music Settlement since September of 2001, and the Suzuki Department Chair since August 2010.
Prior to her appointment at The Music Settlement, Callista was on the Suzuki faculty at the Cleveland Institute of Music and the Fairmount Fine Arts Center, where she was also Assistant Director of their Suzuki program. From 2003-2008, she served on the faculty of the East Cleveland Suzuki Strings Program, the first Suzuki program of its kind in the United States, along with Michele Higa-George, then Director of the Sato Center at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Callista had the opportunity to take the performing group from ECSS, Rainbow Strings, to the 2004 National Suzuki Conference in Minneapolis, where they performed during the opening ceremony. She presented a workshop during the conference as well. Callista has also been on the faculty for the Evergreen Music Festival in Washington State and the Vermont Youth Orchestra Festival.
An active freelance violinist in the area, Callista has performed with the Akron, Canton, and Wheeling Symphony Orchestras, the Sarasota Opera Orchestra, and The Cleveland Orchestra. She has also performed at Playhouse Square, Cleveland Playhouse, Blossom, Porthouse Theater and the Cleveland Museum of Art, playing a wide variety of music ranging from classical to Broadway musicals and rock concerts. In 2006, she had the opportunity to perform for President Clinton, and was also invited to perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony with Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra when the ceremony came to Cleveland both in 2009 and 2012.
Callista founded Arts for Us in December 2007, a concert series at The Music Settlement dedicated to providing individuals with special needs and their families an opportunity to enjoy the highest quality live musical performances in a comfortable and welcoming setting. The series was inspired by her son, Evan, a child with special needs who loves music, and the desire to share the concert experience together.Close