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Online Workshop:

Piano without borders

Listen to 3 international speakers and expand your knowledge along with the Suzuki community!

March 5, 2022
3:00 p.m. (CST)

Listen to three great speakers and expand your knowledge!

Françoise Pierredon

Francoise Pierredon studied piano, piano pedagogy, psychology, and clinical counseling, starting in France, continuing in Japan and now in the US.


She studied with Dr Suzuki for two years and has been teaching students and training teachers as a Suzuki teacher trainer since 1984.


Since 2008, she has also been working as a mental health clinician and currently works with adoptive families at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.


More than anything, she loves to learn from children, parents, and teachers.

Caroline Fraser


Caroline Fraser was born in Scotland. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Edinburgh. She then obtained a bachelor’s degree from the Royal Academy of Music (L.R.A.M.) in piano, and associate degree from the Royal College of Music (A.R.C.M.) in violin, at the Royal Academy of Music in London, England. She also earned a master’s degree in Music with emphasis in the Kodály Method, from the Holy Names College (HNC), California, USA. 


Caroline began teaching with the Suzuki method in California in 1974 and was one of the pioneers of the method in Peru (1981) and Chile (1988). From 1992 to 1999 she was a music theory teacher and director of the Suzuki Pedagogy Program at HNC, where she has kept teaching pedagogy in the Summer Program to the present day.


Since 1991 Caroline has dedicated her efforts to creating and developing Suzuki programs in Latin America (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Peru). As a Training Teacher of the Suzuki Association of the Americas and Europe she also offers music pedagogy courses in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the United States, Great Britain, and Europe.

Juan Carlos Barrios

Born in Mexico City, graduated concert pianist and violinist, studied at UNAM and MIU, Fairfield, Iowa USA. Juan Carlos is a lecturer, author, entrepreneur, producer, consultant, business coach.

For more than 30 years he has developed various businesses and investments, currently owning 10 successful businesses in Mexico and the USA. 


He has given more than 5,000 lectures around the world on topics such as: financial intelligence, strategic negotiation, sales and marketing, productivity, offer design, personal development, principles of success, leadership, and more.

Is considered an icon in the network marketing industry and one of the most dynamic speakers in Latin America.

What do you need?

A stable internet connection

Have available 4 hours of time the day of the event

Being a Suzuki teacher or parent


What is the cost?

$25 USD

$19 USD


  • One access to the online workshop

  • Simultaneous translation inside the event in English, Spanish and Portuguese

Sign up before time runs out!