Suzuki Lessons and Classes

Financial Aid Available

World famous method for beginning string and piano study based on daily listening, constant repetition, parent responsibility, and loving encouragement, among other elements. All teachers are specially trained in the method. At least one parent or caregiver must be present for each lesson and group class. Weekly individual lesson and weekly group class are required of all students (see Private Lessons). Recitals and Play-ins, scheduled periodically throughout the year, will supplement lessons and classes.

Suzuki Violin, Suzuki Cello and Suzuki Piano
Ages 4 - 8

Group Class Tuition: $540 for 32 weeks
Please see Tuition and Fees for individual lesson tuition.

Suzuki Guitar
Ages 5 - 8

Group Class Tuition: $540 for 32 weeks
Please see Tuition and Fees for individual lesson tuition.


About the Suzuki Method

The Suzuki method, also known as the "mother tongue" method, was developed by Shinichi Suzuki in Japan in the mid-20th century to teach a difficult instrument to young children in the same manner they learn their native language; first through listening and then by working on small skills with repetition. By participating in the lessons, the parent serves as the home teacher, both guiding and learning along with their child. Dr. Suzuki's main goal was to not only teach a child how to play a beautiful instrument, through careful and patient learning, but to also teach that child how to become a beautiful human being who is compassionate, kind, a problem solver and overall creative individual.