Why Suzuki?

Shin’ichi Suzuki himself never referred to his teaching ideology as a method. As a professional violinist and the product of both Suzuki and Galamian upbringings, I believe a teacher attains their maximum efficacy when he/she begins to teach the child, not the piece. Every child has their own strengths, their own way of learning, and it is the teacher’s responsibility to “rise to the level of the student.”

Just some advantages to Suzuki Talent Education include:
  • Begin Early (early as age 4 & up) -Learn by Nurture & Encouragement
  • Fellowship in a Nurturing Community of Parents and Peers
  • Value of Self-Expression
  • Means to Experience Discovery
  • Hone Leadership/Follower Skills
  • Develop Sensitive Listening Skills
  • Mastery of Basic Violin Skills
  • Active Repertory of all Pieces Learned
  • Solo and Group Performances


“I want to make good citizens. If a child hears fine music from the day of his birth and learns to play it himself, he develops sensitivity, discipline and endurance. He gets a beautiful heart.”
Shin’ichi Suzuki
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