Suzuki at Madison Street
The Suzuki Method is based on how children learn to speak and use language. The main components of the method include starting children young, active parental involvement, repetition, positive reinforcement, memory training, and learning to play with other students.
Tuition covers fourteen (14) one-on-one individualized lessons, twelve (12) group classes, Suzuki parent training, and the Nurtured by Love book.
Suzuki students have the opportunity to participate in the following:
The Halloween group class costume contest
Play Downs at Vanderbilt & Belmont Universities
Christmas caroling at the library
Community events (farmers market, nursing home, public library)
Suzuki families may choose to attend Suzuki summer camps around the country
where students will make life-long friends and connections on their musical journey.
Group class is a way for students to:
Play together in a safe, supportive environment
Listen to their peers
Review and practice concepts from lessons
Explore areas of music theory, music history, improvisation, leading, and composing
Play games/activities like "Hide the Rosin," "Up Like a Rocket," and "Witch's Dance."
Suzuki instruction is currently offered for the violin and viola. For more information about our program or to observe a Suzuki lesson or Group Class in action, please email our Suzuki Program Director, Andrew Bailey, at firstname.lastname@example.org
30 minute lessons + Group Class - $455
45 minute lessons + Group Class - $612
60 minute lessons + Group Class - $770
For non-Suzuki students who would like to attend Suzuki group classes - $125