Suzuki Violin 2019-20
The brilliancy of the Suzuki Method parallels the way a child learns their Mother Tongue and is based on the three Suzuki Pillars: Listening, Repetition and Review.
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"When love is deep, much can be accomplished." Shinichi Suzuki
We work hard and play hard. Whoever said Deadly Ninjas don't play violin?
Looking at our violin helps us with our violin work.
Grace Bible Church
325 Simonton Rd
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
2019-20 ACADEMIC YEAR
Regular weekly lessons are attended by both the practicing parent and student. Lessons are scheduled based on teacher availability and follows the 18 week semester schedule.
VIOLIN GROUP & MUSICIANSHIP CLASSES
One of the unique and critical aspects that sets Suzuki study apart from other methods is the design of mandatory group classes. These group experiences with peers reinforce the skills that have been presented in the private lesson. In addition, group classes foster student motivation, community, teaches ensemble skills, provides leadership opportunities and confidence in students. Musicianship classes present the student with the building blocks to understand music and their instrument --important to the musical growth of a student and a well rounded musician.
Scheduling is based on a 18 week semester and includes weekly private instruction and a required bi-weekly group/musicianship class. Parent Education, recital participation and piano rehearsals are included for the year. Yearly tuition includes:
-36 private lessons
-32 (30-minute) group/musicianship lessons OR 16 (1-hour) group/musicianship lessons
-4 Solo Recitals with piano rehearsals
-Parent Education Material
-SAA Parents As Partners Online Registration (January 2020-October 2020)
Tuition packages per 10 months:
30-minute lesson + group class $175.20/mo
45-minute lesson + group class $241.80/mo
60-minute lesson + group class $309.00/mo
Music books, CDs and lesson materials are not included.
MISS JESSICA TEACHING VIDEO:
Kids learn to read music when they are reading ready!
The Suzuki Method often requires a hands-on approach for the benefit of the student's learning.
Having visual aids helps students to assess their own work. And it's a sweet reward at the end!
Talent is not inborn but developed.
Musical ability is not an inborn talent but an ability which can be developed. Any child who is properly trained can develop musical ability just as all children develop the ability to speak their mother tongue. The potential of every child is unlimited. - Shinichi Suzuki