2020 Annual Meeting and Special Workshop

All SAI members are invited to attend our annual meeting and special workshop with guest clinician Christine Goodner. Because of the travel and meeting challenges we are all facing this year, we will be holding this event online using a Zoom link that will be emailed to all attendees.

During the morning meeting, our members will have a chance to introduce themselves, listen to reports from the officers of the board, and discuss new business. This is a time packed with information and ideas, and we would love to have as many of our members joining us as possible to help give input on the decisions we are making to grow as an organization.

In the afternoon, we are privileged to welcome a guest clinician, Christine Goodner, who will be leading a workshop on the topic, “Home Practice—The Ups and Downs and How to Navigate Them.” All teachers and parents are invited to join us for this workshop. You can pay the workshop fees along with your yearly membership fees by signing up on our 2020 Member Registration page.

If you are not in the Indiana Suzuki community but are interested in attending the Christine Goodner workshop, please register at https://www.indianasuzuki.org/july-2020-workshop-registration/. The workshop will be limited to 100 participants, and the Zoom link will be sent to you during the week before the meeting.

Annual Meeting Information

Date: July 11, 2020

Cost: $15

Time:  Annual Meeting 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 pm

Clinician Presentation: 1:30-3:30

Topic: Home Practice – the Ups and Downs and How to Navigate Them

About the Presenter

Guest clinician Christine Goodner will be featured at the annual meeting on July 11, 2020.

Christine is a Suzuki teacher in Hillsboro, OR. She is the author of the blog The Suzuki Triangle, hosts the Beyond the Music Lesson podcast, and has written two books, Beyond the Music Lesson: Habits of Successful Suzuki Families and Positive Practice: 5 Steps to Help Your Child Develop a Love of Music. She grew up a Suzuki violin student from the age of three, has a B.S. in Early Childhood Education, and is Suzuki Trained through the Suzuki Association of the Americas (SAA) in Violin & Suzuki Early Childhood Education. Christine currently serves on the board of the Oregon Suzuki Association, runs her private studio Brookside Suzuki Strings, co-teaches Suzuki Early Childhood Education classes in the Portland area and is a sought-after writer and clinician.