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Class 1 tunes up
to play together
Musical: Back row: Kismet Shosanya, Jonathon Vroegop, Michael Gwynne, Masha
Pavlenko, Oscar Rutherford, teacher Gabi Kuster. Fifth row: Lauchie Craig, Jin Seo,
Madeleine Dobbyn, Millicent Manns. Fourth row: Caleb Landon, Felix Trevethick, Lily
Gray, Adrienne Le Pelley, Natalea Greenslade. Third row: Sai Jefferson, Sherwyn Wong,
Rhiannon Baker, Isabel Smart, Norito Matsuda. Second row: Emias Williams, Safari
Gateja, D'Lenn Hunt-Aloi. Front row: Noam Hadar, Eli O'Connell, Jacob Green, Ginger
Weaver, Lena Suzuki.
By AMY McGILLIVRAY
They may not be a
symphony orchestra but
give them a few years
and our Class of the
Week could be just that.
Michael Park School
class 1 is full of budding
musicians who are learn-
ing the violin or cello as
well as the flute.
And the year 2
students love it.
I like the violin be-
cause the teacher is
really nice and we have
so much fun learning,''
Ginger Weaver, 7, says.
The class is being
taught using the Suzuki
programme which means
they are learning to play
by ear at this stage,
rather than reading
They are learning
everything from Twink-
le, Twinkle Little Star to
a French folk song and
class favourite I'm a
favourite part of playing
an instrument is getting
I like it because you
get to go to a big concert
and you get to play at
them,'' the eight-year-old
Jacob Green, 7, admits
to being a little more ner-
vous about playing in
front of people.
I was a bit shy at first
and then I just played
it,'' he says.
But learning instru-
ments is a challenge.
It's so hard because
you have to get your
fingers right on the note
so quickly,'' Lily Gray, 7,
Lauchie Craig, 7, finds
the hardest part of
playing the cello is get-
ting his fingers in the
correct place to get the
Having taken piano
lessons before makes it
much easier to pick up
the cello, especially
because some of the
songs are the same, Kis-
met Shosanya, 6, says.
The few students who
are not yet learning an
instrument cannot wait
to get started in the new
Oscar Rutherford, 7,
plans to learn both the
cello and the violin next
Felix Trevethick, 7,
says he is happy to focus
on the violin.
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