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Suzuki Violin Recordings Featuring Augustin Hadelich and Kuang-Hao Huang

New Violin Recordings, Volumes 4–6

The International Suzuki Association, in conjunction with Alfred Music, is pleased to announce the highly anticipated recordings of Suzuki Violin, Volumes 4–6 by internationally renowned violinist, Augustin Hadelich, in collaboration with pianist Kuang-Hao Huang.

The ISA Violin Committee is indebted to violinist Augustin Hadelich and pianist Kuang-Hao Huang for their exacting standards during the exhausting recording sessions for Volumes 4-6. These performers brought tremendous energy, artistry, and dedication to bear in all aspects of their collaboration for these recordings. Augustin expressed many times his appreciation for the honor of being selected as the recording artist, and for the opportunity to make a lasting contribution to the world-wide Suzuki community. These are recordings that students, parents, and teachers will enjoy listening to for years to come.

The new recordings will replace all existing ones associated with the Suzuki Violin School International Editions, Volumes 4–6, and are available as: Violin Part Book, Piano Accompaniment Book, Violin Part Book & CD, and CD only. The recordings feature listening tracks that include violin and piano, as well as piano accompaniment only tracks for play-along purposes. They are be available for teaching and practice purposes in MakeMusic Cloud, and are available for digital download on Alfred Media, the iTunes Store®, and Amazon.

Augustin Hadelich appears courtesy of Warner Classics.

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MakeMusic Cloud is a web-based music education platform that can help your Suzuki students practice more effectively at home. It offers the ability to adjust the tempo on the latest recordings and accompaniment tracks without sacrificing the quality of the recording, while also providing a tuner, metronome, fingerings, and tools to loop and record.

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The Strad Interview with Augustin Hadelich

‘A kinder, more loving way to teach an instrument’: Violinist Augustin Hadelich on the Suzuki Method.


Augustin Hadelich

Augustin Hadelich


"It was a great honor to record Suzuki Violin Books, 4–6, a recording that will be heard by so many young students as well as their parents and teachers. I fell in love with the sound of the violin at a young age, and I hope to communicate my enjoyment and love of playing the violin to these young listeners. I hope that they will feel motivated and excited to play as they listen to this music every day."

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Photographer: Suxiao Yang

Kuang-Hao Huang

Kuang-Hao Huang


Commended for his “perceptive pianism” (Audiophile) and “playing that is sensitive and wonderfully warm” (American Record Guide), Chicagoan Kuang-Hao Huang is a highly sought-after collaborative pianist whose performances have taken him throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.

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Photographer: Elliot Mandel

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