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What I love about Kaleidoscopes is that a lot of focus was put on the language and mind of young students. I like how the pre-Twinkle exercises help get the students used to the ‘awkward’ positions of the violin, like the arm twisting, elbows in-ward, and the index finger square.

Suzuki is always a go-to when it comes to early violin playing, but the Pre-Twinkle exercises make Kaleidoscopes the new go-to!
– James Zabawa
Teacher, former student of Sally O’Reilly
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