the Suzuki method

Music exists for the purpose of growing an admirable heart. - Shinichi Suzuki

Internationally acclaimed

The Suzuki method is now used for every musical instrument and in more than 92 countries all over the world.

The Key to success

Is the involvement of the parents both in the regular lessons and in the practice at home. It gives the family the benefit of emotional, intellectual and social growth.

Talent is defined differently

Children can acquire the skill to learn music if we do it the same natural way we teach them to speak. Dr. Suzuki named his school “Talent Education” because of his belief that all children with the right environment can learn music and develop “talent”, or “ability”. Suzuki based his approach on the belief that, “Musical ability” is not an inborn talent but an ability which can be developed.

Learn to play music naturally with joy

Children can learn the language of music the same way that they learn to speak which is first and foremost through listening. Dr. Suzuki called his method the “mother-tongue approach”. It is by being immersed with language in the environment that children begin to imitate sounds, repeat sounds, understand the meaning of these sounds and begin to communicate.

One Main Difference between Suzuki and Traditional Method

Children in traditional music training are expected to read before playing, which is a very unnatural process. In a Suzuki program children learn to play skillfully in an early stage and it does not depend upon reading, which is not only slower but is laborious. When the child achieves skillful playing, beautiful tone and positive encouragement from the teacher and parents, a cycle of motivation is created.