Suzuki Method

Suzuki Private Lessons & Group Classes 

The Suzuki Method, also known as the “Mother Tongue” approach, was developed by Shin’ichi Suzuki. Shin’ichi began playing the violin at age 17 and in his early 20’s, he moved to Germany to study with violinist Karl Klingler. His struggle to learn German sparked his philosophy of teaching – that every child has the ability to learn his or her native language.

Suzuki’s approach to teaching music builds on the principles of language acquisition. Those principals include – early beginning, listening, love and encouragement, parental support, constant repetition, learning with other children, and learning to read. Because all children learn and master their own language, Suzuki believed all children could learn and master music in the same way.

Beginning Suzuki Violin | Private Instruction

Faculty:  Sally Martin

Please contact the office directly about enrolling in Sally’s private lesson studio.

Beginning Suzuki Violin | ages 4-7, plus adult

We will only be holding Suzuki violin classes for continuing students in Fall 2020. Check back for Spring 2020 classes for new students.

This is an opportunity for young children and their parents to be introduced to musical instruction on the violin using the Suzuki method. This class builds the concepts of rhythm, pitch and coordination necessary to play the violin. Parents attend the weekly class, and using the Suzuki Violin Book 1 and CD, assist their children with daily practice.

Contact us at 617-492-8105 for more information about registering for private lessons, or submit an online inquiry now!