What is the Suzuki
More than fifty years ago, Japanese violinist Shinichi
Suzuki realized the implications of the fact that
children the world over learn to speak their native
language with ease. He began to apply to the basic
principles of language acquisition to the learning of
music, and called his method the mother-tongue
approach. The ideas of parent involvement, loving
encouragement, a musical environment, and developing
the whole child are some of the special features of
the Suzuki approach.
Who can do Suzuki?
The Suzuki Program is open to students age 3 and up in
cello, flute, viola, and violin, although it is never
too late to start (even some adults get hooked and
decide to take lessons).
How do we learn more?
Come visit! Interested families are invited to observe
an individual and a group lesson. Contact the UVMC at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 603.448.1642 to schedule
observation times. You can also visit the Suzuki
Association of the Americas to learn more.
UVMC Suzuki Faculty
Lisa Carlson, flute
Alicia Casey, violin - Suzuki Program Coordinator
Benjamin Kulp, cello
Anna Sikora, violin
Amanda Stenroos, violin
Jennifer Turbes, viola/violin
Benjamin Van Vliet, violin
Read bios here.