New Student Orientation- March 13

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Suzuki Method
Ages 3.5 and up
Suzuki is an Annual Program (no spring enrollment)
Parent Orientation during 2012-13 academic year is required for FALL 2013 Enrollment.  The Orientation is for PARENTS ONLY.

For further information, please contact Julianne Carney at jcarney@bqcm.org.

PLEASE NOTE:  Enrollment is First-Come/First-Served, and some instruments fill up quickly.

To ensure full understanding of the responsibilities and commitments of our program, parents are required to attend a Prospective Parent Orientation. During the orientation, directors discuss the Suzuki philosophy, educational approach, and the important role parents play in the child's progress. Attendees will also be informed of scheduling requirements and what to expect during the first semester. Orientation is one hour, including Q & A. Parents must arrive on time and stay for the entire orientation.  AT LEAST ONE PARENT OR GUARDIAN MUST ATTEND A SPRING SUZUKI PARENT ORIENTATION TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR SUZUKI IN FALL 2013.

PARENT ORIENTATION DATES for FALL 2013:
Wednesday, January 23:  7:30-8:30 PM
Sunday, March 3:  6:00-7:00 PM
Wednesday, March 13:  7:30-8:30 PM
WAITLIST ORIENTATION- Sunday, April 7:  6:00-7:00 PM

Full Suzuki Package:  Includes private lessons, one group instrumental class and theory class, two recitals and two festival concerts.Annual (28 weeks)

The Suzuki Method is recognized worldwide as a highly effective approach to teaching children the language of music. The curriculum incorporates three elements that provide the essentials needed for instrumental music education: private lessons, theory classes, and group classes. Parent involvement is an integral component of the Suzuki approach; parents learn and practice alongside the child, functioning as role models and providing encouragement. Generations of students have begun a lifelong journey of musical enrichment through the Suzuki approach. The Suzuki program at Brooklyn Conservatory offers programs in violin, viola, cello, guitar, piano and bass.

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