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Suzuki Program at Monday Music

Any child can be developed, it depends on how you do it.
— Shinichi Suzuki

Why Suzuki

Every Child Can

Every child can be educated. Every child can learn. The Suzuki method provides a nurturing learning environment for each child.

Environmental Influence

Each child learns
at their own pace, appreciates each step, acknowledges effort, and is nurtured with honest and specific feedback.

In addition to private lessons, children participate in regular group ensemble classes and frequent performances where they learn and are motivated by each other.

Early Learning

Like learning a language, learning begins at birth. The early years are crucial for developing mental processes and muscle coordination. Formal training may begin at age four or five, but it’s never too late to begin.

Small-steps & Repetition

Pieces in the Suzuki repertoire are designed with a logical progression to build skills through appropriate and achievable steps. Suzuki students learn how to practice well and build skills through constant repetition.

Aural Training

Suzuki Method places a strong emphasis on developing musical skills through aural training, where students learn by listening and reproducing music before delving into reading sheet music.

Suzuki Triangle

The student, parent, and teacher work together. The “practice parent” serves as the teacher at home.

As Shinichi Suzuki says, “Ability equals knowledge plus 10,000 times.” Work together is the key.

Suzuki at MM.E

 We are proud to announce that our music education team includes registered Suzuki-trained teachers. The Suzuki method is renowned for its emphasis on early music education and the importance of the learning environment. Our registered Suzuki-trained teachers not only bring extensive music teaching experience but also a deep understanding of the philosophy and techniques of the Suzuki method.

Contact

(+1) 617-807-0459 

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