Giving 4 and 5 year olds their first experience with the Cello at the Music Institute of Chicago.

The Suzuki method of talent education is grounded on the belief that we are never too young or too old to learn. In the 1940’s, Shinichi Suzuki, took the revolutionary step of developing an approach to music education based on this core concept. The principles of learning in the Suzuki method are modeled on language acquisition. They include:

  • Positive reinforcement
  • Breaking down complex activity into simple steps
  • Creating an immersive environment
  • Learning in community
  • Repetition
  • Review
  • Appreciation and recognition of each stage of development

Sign up now for a lesson and give the method that has helped millions learn an instrument a try for yourself. You can find more information on the Suzuki Method and locate a teacher near you here.