The Suzuki Method works on the principle that every child can develop his abilities during the early and sensitive years far beyond what most people can imagine. A child can learn music through the same process he learns his mother tongue language.
Group lessons are an important aspect of the Suzuki method.
The Suzuki Approach
Shinichi Suzuki, a Master violin teacher and founder of the Japanese Talent Education Movement, revolutionized violin teaching. Outstanding results have been achieved in violin, viola, cello, string bass, harp, guitar, recorder, and piano instruction. The Suzuki Method works on the principle that every child can develop his abilities during the early and sensitive years far beyond what most people can imagine.
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Martha has a parent-centric style of teaching the violin called the Suzuki Method, which I find fabulous. She is about my parent's age, but has all the energy of somebody in her early 20's. She emphasizes quality of interaction, and parent-child practice time together.
She has only been in Sarasota for 2 years, but I am so happy to have found this little gem of a music teacher.
My daughter has been taking violin lessons for more than a year. She loves her teachers and I can tell that they really care about my kid too. Your music school is wonderful and I highly recommend.