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Cello Chat with Host Dr. Benjamin Whitcomb and guest Shu-Yi Scott

About the Episode 

This week my guest is cellist Shu Yi Scott. She gives us some background on Suzuki training and how students may find it useful. She also imparts some knowledge from her career as a teacher on some ways to best practice. You can find more about her at:

Meet the Guest

Shu-Yi Scott, originally from Taipei, Taiwan, has given master classes, seminars and performances in the States, Taipei, Shanghai, Mexico, Europe and online. Dr. Shu-Yi Scott holds a MM in cello performance from Penn State University under Dr. Kim Cook and DMA in cello performance from the University of Texas at Austin under renowned pedagogue Ms. Phyllis Young . Dr. Scott was awarded the Certificate of Achievement through the Suzuki Association of the Americas in 2015 and became a registered Suzuki cello teacher trainer in 2019. Her hobbies include baking, learning Japanese Language and Tea ceremony, French, and world travel. She lives in Austin, Texas with her bass player husband and their daughters who both play the cello.

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