ESM's Annual Workshop

WHEN: Saturday, February 29, 2020
WHERE: St. Basil-the-Great College School
20 Starview Lane (off Weston Road just north of the 401)
WHO: ESM workshops are for ALL of our students - even beginners! It is a motivating experience for both students and parents. The experience of working with new teachers, as well as having a special event for which to prepare, generates enthusiasm.
FEES: The basic workshop fee is included in your annual ESM school tuition.
Masterclass lessons are offered for an additional fee on a first come, first served basis. These lesson spots are limited. Unless we can fill your spot, we are unable to provide refunds once lessons are scheduled.
Masterclass Lesson Fees:
 Books 1-3$20
 Books 4-5$27
 Books 6+$40
 Non-ESM Students$50 for registration + lesson fee indicated above

REGISTRATION: Please note that for scheduling purposes, anyone who wishes to attend the workshop must register online.
Registration deadline: Friday, January 10, 2020
Workshop registration has closed. Late enquiries should be sent to: info@etobicokesuzukimusic.ca
Information handout: PDF file
Additional Information handout: PDF file
SCHEDULE: Students' schedules for the day will vary depending on their age and level. You will receive a personal schedule a few weeks before the workshop (note you must register before the deadline). All students will have a group lesson and enrichment class. In addition, there will be extra activities available.
Masterclass lessons are offered for an additional fee on a first come, first served basis. Lessons are held with 2-4 students per hour who will be grouped by level as much as possible. It is important to be on time for your lessons since the order has been set for specific scheduling reasons.
All students are encouraged to observe other classes. A parent talk will be presented. A pizza supper for Saturday evening is sometimes arranged and supervised by parents. This is a fun way for students to get together and socialize!
Class schedules will be drawn up beginning January 20, 2020.
CLINICIANS: As usual, we have a very special group of teachers to work with our children, including:
  • Dean Burry (Kingston, ON)
  • David Evenchick (Montréal, QC)
  • Julia McFarlane (Kingston, ON)
  • Elayne Ras (Guelph, ON)
  • Robert Richardson (Brandon, MB)
  • Genevieve Schirm-Joyce (Waterloo, ON)
Click here to see Clinician biographies