The Suzuki Method is a method of teaching music conceived and executed by Japanese violinist and pedagogue Shin’ichi Suzuki (1898–1998) dating from the mid-20th century. His vision is to holistically develop each child’s character through the study of music. It is comprised three unique and equally important areas:

  1. The mother-tongue method, based on his language acquisition theories, which mirrors the way very young children learn to speak by instinctively drawing from the environment they are in.
    • All people are capable of learning from their environment.Young children possess a remarkable ability to imitate much of what they see and hear.
    • By listening to good-quality recordings of Suzuki method music every day, the child will develop an awareness for beautiful tone, clear rhythm, proper intonation, and musical expressiveness from the very beginning.
  2. The Suzuki Triangle: The strong bonded triangle between teacher, parents and child.
    • It is necessarily partner with the Parents to create a learning environment for their children. The Suzuki method is about the learning partnerships between Teacher, Parent & Child, what we refer to as the Suzuki Triangle.
    • Parents are the teacher assistant at home 7 days in a week who greatly influence the outcome of their children and the abilities they learn. This opportunity is presented to parents daily.
    • Parents need present the lesson and take the notes in order to assistant the child practicing at home.
  3. Repertoire repetition
    • Constant repetition is essential in learning to play an instrument. Children do not learn a word or piece of music and then discard it. They add it to their vocabulary or repertoire, gradually using it in new and more sophisticated ways
    • Daily practice is vital to the ability to play well. The brain and body develop fluency, skills are sharpened, musicality is improved and one’s heart is inspired with confidence.