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The Suzuki Piano program provides young children with a natural, immersive method for learning piano. Often referred to as the “mother tongue” method, the Suzuki program teaches music to children in the same way they learn their “mother tongue” language. Children learn language by listening, then by imitating words, phrases, and finally whole sentences. It isn’t until later that they begin to read and write their language. The same concept applies to music. Most students begin Suzuki between 4 1/2 and 8 years old.
A unique aspect of the Suzuki program is the high level of parent involvement. Each student works closely with a parent – both at home and in the classroom – attending all lessons and classes together.
Attending weekly private lessons, Suzuki piano students will:
Suzuki piano students participate in a weekly group class as well as a weekly private lesson. The benefits of having this weekly group class are substantial. It not only allows students to interact with each other and play ensemble music, but often times, during this process, they gain a wealth of experience by watching others work through the same repertoire. Suzuki once said that, “one will never learn to play ‘in time’ and be individually responsible for their part as they are in a group situation.” This shared experience enriches the learning process.
The program is currently filled for the 2023-2024 school year.
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