IMG_4333 copy.jpg

SUZUKI VIOLIN & CELLO

WEEKLY PRIVATE + GROUP CLASS FOR IN-DEPTH LEARNING

Children need exposure to music in both individual and group settings to thrive.

 Musicians need more training than just how to play their instrument- they need to know how to make music with others. 

Group classes allow room for social and musical development, but lack time dedicated to technique.

The Suzuki method combines private lessons AND group classes so students can reach their full potential.
 

 

Children who learn together learn faster.  Watch your child excel with more opportunities to learn.

person icon (2).png

Perform

Regular performance opportunities mean your child perform with confidence.

person icon (3).png

Listen

Ear training exercises in group class frees up time for technical instruction in private lessons.

Play

Learning to play together from the beginning strengthens social and musical skills.

SUZUKI VIOLIN GROUP CLASS SCHEDULE

Dates, times and prices listed are for Sept 2021- June 2022

Pre-Twinkle
 

This introductory level (JK/age 4 & up) establishes an excellent foundation with proper instrument/bow hold and technique, open strings and basic finger positions.

Sept 13 - June 6

$576

Online

  • Pre-Twinkle A (Online; Saturdays at 8:45 AM)

East End

  • Pre-Twinkle B (In-Person; Saturdays at 10:15 AM)

  • Pre-Twinkle C (In-Person; Saturdays at 10:45 AM)

West End

  • Pre-Twinkle (In-Person; Saturdays at 10:10 AM)

Suzuki Book 1
 

Book 1 covers preliminary repertoire starting with Twinkle, Twinkle variations up to the Bach Minuets. Objectives include learning intervals, major scales and arpeggios beginning with open strings, long bows, slurs and introductory note reading.

Sept 13 - June 6

$576

Online

  • Book 1 B (Online; Saturdays at 9:45 AM)

  • Book 1 C (Online; Saturdays at 11:45 AM)

East End

  • Book 1 A (In-Person; Saturdays at 9:15 AM)

West End

  • Book 1 (In-Person; Saturdays at 11:10 AM)

Suzuki Ensemble
 

Students work on note reading, interval recognition, ear-training and ensemble skills. Technique includes one/two octave major and minor scales from RCM Grade 1, two-note slurs and 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 and 6/8 time signatures and developing an understanding of basic key signatures and theory. Repertoire covers the middle section of Book 1 up to the Bach Minuets, plus duets and rounds.

Suzuki Ensemble

Sept 13 - June 6

$656

East End

  • Ensemble A (In-Person; Saturdays at 12:15 AM)

  • Ensemble B (In-Person; Tuesdays at 6:30 PM)

Learn more about the Suzuki method philosphy HERE.