North Texas Suzuki Association

2017 NTSA Trophy Festival - February 26 - Dallas location

  • February 26, 2017
  • The Suzuki Music Institute of Dallas


Cost: $15 per student
To Register Students:
Students must be registered by their studio teacher, through our signup genius page. In addition, teachers are asked to volunteer their time to serve as a clinician on one of the festival days. We will only ask for a few hours on one of the days. Please email all of your volunteer availability to the respective scheduler(s). 
Sunday - 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sunday (Dallas)
Rhea Edelman

If you are unable to help as a clinician, please email the schedulers to let them know. You can still send students.

*Students should plan to perform their piece without accompaniment. 
How to Pay:
Teachers will be sent an invoice via PayPal shortly after the closing of registration on February 2, provided they have also emailed the appropriate scheduler regarding volunteer availability. The cost is $15 per student.

Please note: if you have not contacted a scheduler about volunteering, you will not receive an invoice. Our schedulers need as much time as possible to create the weekend plan, so please contact them as soon as you know your availability. We appreciate your support!

The North Texas Suzuki Association is proud to announce that the 2016 Trophy Festival will be offered at two different locations, each on its own unique day. We hope that this will enable more families to participate in the event! 

Important Details (please read!)

Teachers will only be able to register students for this event if they volunteer to serve as a clinician. Registration will close on February 1, 2017.


February 26, 2017


Suzuki Music Institute of Dallas

14240 Midway Rd

Dallas, TX 75244



All piano, harp, violin, viola, cello, and bass students who currently study with a Suzuki teacher are invited to participate. This event’s purpose is to provide an opportunity for students to perform for a clinician/adjudicator and receive positive comments or suggestions as well as a trophy - tangible evidence of their effort and accomplishments. This event serves as a terrific readiness for elementary students who will later perform in Solo/Ensemble Festivals and take Region and Youth Orchestra Auditions; it is also perfect for more advanced or older students who need additional performing experience in a low pressure and supportive environment. Proceeds from the Trophy Festival largely fund the NTSA’s Scholarship Fund, which provides financial support for outstanding students to attend summer Suzuki Institutes.


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