Suzuki Information for Students and Parents
"The fate of a child is in the hands of his parents" ~ Shinichi Suzuki
It doesn't matter how young or old you are, YOU can learn how to play a musical instrument. It takes time and work, but the reward of making beautiful music is something you'll cherish.
Suzuki music education is different from a lot of other music lessons.
It is important to listen to music and practice every day. Here are some good practice ideas for Suzuki students that can help make every day fun.
Two essential elements of a Suzuki musical education are that:
Parental involvement and care are at the core of accomplishing both of these goals. Take an active interest and role in your child's music education. Create a home environment that celebrates music and provides time for listening to music.
Nurtured By Love
In order to achieve a broad understanding of the Suzuki Method, SAGWA recommends that all parents Shinichi Suzuki's book, Nurtured by Love. This classic work by the founder of the Suzuki Method gives, through personal anecdotes, a history of the development of the Suzuki philosophy and his belief in the high potential of every child.