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Takako Nishizaki Plays Suzuki Evergreens – 7 Volumes Now Available from Naxos

May 1, 2010


Takako Nishizaki

In May 2010, Naxos releases a special seven-volume series of Takako Nishizaki Plays Suzuki Evergreens performed by acclaimed violinist and Suzuki® Violin School graduate Takako Nishizaki. As a child, Takako Nishizaki studied with her father, Shinji, and with Shinichi Suzuki himself. Her father was active in the early stages of the development of the Suzuki® Method and for many years taught at the Matsumoto summer school and organised the Suzuki activities in the Nagoya area after Shinichi Suzuki had moved to Matsumoto. Takako was the first student to complete the now famous Suzuki® course and was awarded a teacher’s diploma at the tender age of nine.



® Suzuki is a trademark of the International Suzuki Association and the Suzuki Violin School music books are published by Alfred Publishing Co. Inc.

 

 

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