Suzuki Piano Lessons
Ideally, between 3 and 6 years of age.
Do I need a piano to take lessons?
Yes, an acoustic or high-quality digital piano is necessary to begin lessons.
Can all my children come to lessons?
- Only if they are quiet
- Only if they do not distract either the parent or child taking the lesson
- Bring a variety of quiet activities for them
- If children cannot be quiet and not interrupt the lesson, make other arrangements for them during lesson time
How long will my child take lessons?
- At least until they finish high school
- Suzuki lessons are a long term commitment
- Goal is life long learning
- Integral part of piano study
- Monthly opportunity for students perform
- Music theory, history and performance etiquette
- Fun and engaging musical activities
- Make piano friends
- Build musical community
What do you do in group class?
- Have fun with music
- Perform repertoire
- Review repertoire
- Build musical skills through group activities
- Learning beyond individual lessons
- Online video forum
- Parents can view discussion of wide variety of educational topics
- Click here to find out more information
What is a summer institute?
- 4-5 day music retreat for Suzuki families
- Often held on a college campus
- Child has a group master class, repertoire class and musicianship every day
- Parents have discussion group about a variety of topics relating to Suzuki study
- Access to excellent teachers
- Exciting, stimulating, inspirational
- Click here to view all the Suzuki institutes you can attend this year
What is a parent workshop?
- Workshop held yearly
- Outstanding Suzuki clinician
- Usually one day long with shared meal
- Grow understanding of Suzuki musical study