The Grossman Method
Violin and Viola Teacher Retreat
July 1-2, 2020
This retreat will share teaching approaches for the beginning to advanced player. Learn The Grossman Method® techniques for healthy and aligned playing for the advanced student. And Mimi Zweig's pedagogy
"Creating a Healthy Foundation" for teaching your beginning violin and viola students will be taught by Stacia Spencer.
Injury prevention, performance anxiety, and proper set up will be the focus for all students and their teachers.
Certification upon completion.
(Central Standard Time)
What You Will Learn
Open till May 20th
*Non-refundable fee of $100
Pay Tuition Here $25
Due May 26th
*Registration fee not included in tuition fee*
*Includes The Grossman Method® booklet
*Public school teachers: this is a great way to earn
professional development credit!
We are very excited that Darcy Drexler will be joining us for one of the sessions. Darcy Drexler is Director of the String Academy of Wisconsin and heads up the Master of Music in String Pedagogy degree program at UW-Milwaukee, where she teaches string pedagogy courses in violin and viola. She is an active chamber musician and clinician, and she leads the Teaching the Violin to Children workshop each summer in Milwaukee. Her students are performing and teaching across the U.S. She has taught at the Indiana University Summer String Academy, Wisconsin Conservatory of Music and Illinois Wesleyan University Pre-College. She received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in violin performance from Southern Methodist University and the University of Illinois -Urbana, where she studied with Ronald Neal and Catherine Tait.