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SSS – news / July last weekend

TOMORROW – BUSKING FOR SCHOOL PIANOS at the Water Front Maia would like to do a spontaneous busking trip during the Tall ships visit tomorrow (SUNDAY) on the waterfront to save some money towards our School piano fund. Meet at the WAVE at 2pm sharp. Come ready to play the last two years Suzuki Saturday fiddle sets and all your awsome Suzuki songs. Please sign up on the google doc.

Maia Bruce has invited you to edit the following document:

Waterfront Play-In https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZIGYSm0WM0InMHQER6qHG3fss6jYuVGS8rtYk2YB4uI/edit?usp=sharing

OUR NEW SCHOOL PIANO LOAN Clara has loaned us her BEAUTIFUL baby grand while we save for our own. We need to purchase for it a cover and a lock and its good to go for Doctor piano to deliver it to the stage in our new school for our Suzuki Saturdays and for all of our concerts. . SO EXCITING! THANKS CLARA!!!

INTRODUCING MS MRUGAKSHEE – BOOK 2 Suzuki Violin Teacher

Mrugakshee began her music career as a student of the Suzuki method at the age of 9. While growing up in India, she was part of the India National Youth Orchestra and the Canada-India Youth Orchestra. She went on to assist her violin teacher at the age of 16, where she discovered her love for teaching.

Upon moving to Wolfville in 2014, she joined the Scotia Suzuki family as an instructor. Currently pursuing a degree in Computer Science at Acadia University, Mrugakshee is heavily involved in the music scene in and around Wolfville, including the Gamelan Ensemble at Acadia and Community Windsor Orchestra.

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