Suzuki Program

What is Suzuki?

The Suzuki philosophy is centered on the belief that Every Child Can. At the Music Conservatory of Westchester, our teachers are committed to meeting students where they are, and instructing them in a way that allows them to grow at their own musical pace.

We build a strong relationship between teacher and student through playing their instrument, learning early note reading, and interacting musically with their peers using a creative and individualized approach.

Dr. Shinichi Suzuki believed that every child is born with natural ability that can be nurtured and developed into musical skills and understanding that can last a lifetime.

What We Offer
  • Weekly Private Lesson  |  Weekly Group Class
  • School and Suzuki Recital Opportunities
  • Suzuki Festival
  • Musicianship and Music Skills Classes offered at a 100% discount through level 5
  • Advanced theory levels offered at a discounted rate (varies by ensemble)
  • Ensembles offered at a discounted rate (varies by ensemble)

Summer Suzuki Beginner Special 2021

Try out two weeks of Suzuki group classes with our esteemed Suzuki faculty! From July 12-23, 2021, kids ages 4-9 will enjoy in-depth, in-person instruction using the renowned Suzuki philosophy. In this fun, introductory summer session, young beginners rotate between violin, cello and piano classes from 4-5pm each day.

For more information and tuition rates click here.


The Conservatory’s Scholarship Fund provides tuition assistance for students of all ages. Visit the Scholarship Program page to download the scholarship application and instructions.

 

Our staff will meet with you and your child to determine his/her readiness for the Suzuki program. To view our calendar and group class schedule, please visit the New Student Registration page. To schedule a meeting, contact our Associate Dean for Programs. 

 

Nicole Peragine
Associate Dean for Programs
nicole@musiced.org  |  914.761.3900, ext. 114