DescriptionThe Suzuki Approach
The Suzuki approach to music education is based on the belief that young children can learn to play a musical instrument the same way they learn to speak their native language – through listening, repetition, encouragement, and parental involvement! Parent, child, and teacher form the “Suzuki Triangle” to create a long-term, collaborative learning experience.
Weekly individual lessons are the core of the instruction. Suzuki students also participate in:
- Group lessons – weekly or monthly
- Studio recitals
- Department recitals
- Reading classes
- Advanced ensembles
- International Tours
How to Get Started
- Fill out an online placement form.
- Contact Claire Miller, Suzuki Department Coordinator, to receive the Suzuki Placement Checklist and Information Packet. We share the steps to enroll, the Suzuki philosophy and approach to music education, our program details, and FAQ’s.
- Observe a lesson or class.
Questions? Please contact Claire Miller, Suzuki Department Coordinator
Other Course Category
Program | Suzuki Talent Education