KEVIN S. HART has registered Teacher Training with the Suzuki Association of the Americas (SAA).
He has taught at the Colorado Suzuki Institute, Beaver Creek, Denver Suzuki Guitar Summit, Houston Area Suzuki Strings Association, the Rantucci Guitar Festival, Louden County (VA) Middle School Guitar Festival,and Ann Arbor Suzuki Guitar Institute. Kevin was the Assistant Guitar Area Coordinator for the 2012 SAA Conference and was the Guitar Area Coordinator for the 2014 SAA Conference
Kevin is active as a composer, arranger, and performer. He taught guitar and related courses at the University of Wyoming for over thirty years before retiring to dedicate his time to Suzuki education.
Here is a great VIDEO about the Suzuki Guitar Method:
GUEST ARTISTS stop in regularly to perform and work with students of all ages. Past guests have included LAGQ, William Kanengiser, Andrew York, Paul Galbraith, Dusan Bogdanovic, Bryan Johanson, Gyan Riley, Michael Andriaccio & Joanne Castellani, Joe Pecoraro, Seth Himmelhoch, Mychal Gendron, Mary Lou Roberts, Martha Masters, Adam Kossler, and David Madsen.
EMA KURBOS-COOPER began studying the classical guitar with the Suzuki Method when she was ten.Since then, she has attended institutes, conferences, and workshops to further her education.These experiences include the Colorado Suzuki Institute, the Ann Arbor Suzuki Guitar Institute, the Rantucci Guitar Festival and Competition, and the Guitar Foundation of America's convention-art which she performed with the GFA Youth Orchestra.
She attended the Toledo School for the Arts where she regularly performed on guitar with one of the school's jazz combos.
After graduating from high school, Ema took a gap year to further her musical abilities and gain teaching experience with Laramie Community Guitar. Ema took Suzuki Teacher Training with Mychal Gendron of the Rhode island Symphony School of Music and Brown University. She is currently attending the University of Wyoming