2022 SUZUKI FIDDLE PLAY- IN PUMPKIN PALOOZA
at Warbington Farms
Saturday, October 15, 2022 at 3:00 PM
5555 Crow Road
Students will perform in the outdoor, grassy area by the Pavilion.
2:15-2:30 Arrival/Tune/Set -Up
3:45 Enjoy other activities at the Farm including hay rides, corn maze, pumpkin painting, inflatables, concessions, visit with farm animals, fun park, AND MORE! The additional visit to the farms is $13.50 plus tax to be paid at the farm.
Play-in Playlist available (Click HERE)
Play-In Rep (Suggested by Tamara Gierum)
The Ant Song (Cellos)
I Love my Cello (Cellos)
Rest Position Song (Violins)
Up like a Rocket (Violins)
Twinkles in D major (ALL)
French Folk Song: (Violas, Cello, Guitars)
Lightly Row D major (ALL)
Song of The Wind D major (ALL)
Go Tell Aunt Rhody D major (ALL)
May Song D major (Violins, Violas, Cellos)
G Major (Guitars)
Allegro A major (Violins, Guitars)
Perpetual Motion D major (Violin, Viola, Cellos)
G Major (Guitars)
Rigadoon (Cellos, Guitars)
Meadow Minuet (Guitars)
Witches Dance (Violins)
Gossec Gavotte (Cellos, Violas)
Hunter's Chorus (ALL)
Lully Gavotte (Cellos, Violas)
Becker Gavotte (Violins)
Non Suzuki Fiddle rep (Violins, Cellos, VIolas, Guitars)
Bile ‘em Cabbage in D Major (ALL)
Cripple Creek in D Major (ALL)
Old Joe Clark D Mixolydian (ALL)
End with Twinkle Theme D major (ALL)
Join us for a fun-filled celebration of music, childhood, & purpose as we hold our annual SAGA Play-in.
WHAT: A Play-in is an iconic Suzuki event, celebrating the legacy of Japanese educator and humanitarian Dr. Shinichi Suzuki (1898-1998) and bringing together all levels of Suzuki-trained students. Dr. Suzuki believed that all children could develop the ability to play an instrument, and would encourage students to perform from the Suzuki playlist together in the community.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? ALL Suzuki students & instructors (violin, viola, cello, flute, guitar), and supporters of the arts.
COST: FREE and open to families * Donation accepted*
Make a Tax-Free Donation to Our 2023 SAGA SCHOLARSHIP.
Cellists will need to bring rock stop or endpin anchor to perform on the grass.
Cellists and guitarists will need to bring their own stools or chairs.