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The Suzuki Method is a very successful method to develop children’s ability to play an instrument.
Children and parents who get the chance to play by this method, get a common knowledge for life.
During the pandemic - get education!
The teacher training course is the most concrete methodology for teaching an instrument.
The methodology is suitable for teaching all ages - from 3 years of age to adults.
Through interactive web lessons you can let your child play for me continuously in a very easy way. Encouraging and giving children confidence and joy in learning is a cornerstone of the method.
Through interactive web lessons you can get training and help, both in your own playing and for your students, with different exercises to achieve relaxation and make you use the least amount of energy while playing.
Comments about the web education
“Your video presentation is charming and very methodical. I have been following your internet training sessions whenever I find the time, and I am enjoying them thoroughly. There is clearly a great deal of work that you have put into conception and their production. Congratulations!”
Professor Carl Van Wyk, Music Theory and Composition, Suzuki Music Institute of Dallas
“The web education is a wonderful learning experience. Looking forward to learning more from you!”
Dr. Melody Chen, Organ professor at Taiwan Theological Seminary,
Dean of Taiwan Chapter - American Guild of Organists
The organ is a fantastic instrument to teach children. It is fun to be able to use so many different sounds, and to play with the feet! A simple melody in the manual, and a couple of base notes in the pedal registrated “tutti”, is very impressing. This is so exciting for children.
"To be a Suzuki teacher is most inspiring and enriches your life in many ways."
/ Gunilla Rönnberg
Watch the documentary:
"The Story of the Suzuki organ method" about the development of the Suzuki organ method during 20 years. See how organists around the world have taught and
achieved amazing results!
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