Suzuki Program

The Suzuki philosophy is famous for its belief that “Every Child Can.” At the Music Conservatory of Westchester, our teachers are committed to the understanding that students should be met “where they are,” then instructed in a way that allows them to grow musically and as naturally as possible. Our program includes a weekly private lesson and a weekly group class throughout the school year, with some summer offerings, as well.

The parent attends the private lessons and group classes and helps the child practice at home. The group class reinforces what is learned in the private lesson, builds ensemble skills, and creates a nurturing musical community that motivates the student to practice at home. The basics of chamber music and orchestral playing start here!

Each member of our Suzuki faculty is a recognized professional musician who has undertaken the rigorous additional training to qualify as a Suzuki teacher. We accept only the most skilled and experienced musicians to teach in our Suzuki program.

Our staff will meet with you and your child to determine his/her readiness for the Suzuki program. To schedule a meeting and view our calendar and group class schedule, please visit the New Student Registration page.  Feel free to Contact Us with any questions.
 
Suzuki Program Coordinator
suzanne@musiced.org