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Our Suzuki program includes private lessons and group classes which are both
considered essential to each student's development into a musician and a good
person. The private lesson portion of the registration will function for the
student's primary method in the acquisition of new material and technique on
their instrument. In addition to the private lessons, students also join a
group class which is considered to be the most essential part of Suzuki as it
provides an opportunity for students to hear and see other students perform,
perform with other students, perform for other students, and participate in
musical games and activities that help to develop not only their musical
understanding but also maintains the student's intrinsic motivation and desire
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In addition to one 30-minute private lesson each week, Suzuki
students will participate in either weekly or biweekly 45-minute group lessons
per session. Status of group classes as weekly or biweekly has been determined
by the instructor and CMS and is not negotiable. Participation in group
classes is required. Group classes are essential for the success of
students by helping students to gain experience in ensemble playing, learning
theory, gaining new technical skills, and gaining a greater joy in their
instrument and the process of learning.
We are currently not running Suzuki group
classes but hope to return to them soon. Registration for our Suzuki
piano and guitar classes is possible by selecting the instructors below
for private lessons within our registration system.
Instructors and Group Class Schedules:
Instructors will contact parents/students directly
to set up private lesson schedule.