Why Suzuki?

"Man is the son of enviroment"- S. Suzuki

Every child has unlimited potential and can be nurtured by the gift of music.

 

Young children use their intuition and senses to connect with the world. They see, hear, feel and just catch everything from their environment without realising the learning process.

 

This is the most natural way young children learn. Japanese violinest and educator Shinichi Suzuki (1898-1998) developed this Mother Tongue Approach more then fifty years ago and Suzuki method has been used in many different instruments world-wide. 

 

Early beginning, parental involvement, loving and supportive environment, constant repetition, listening, and delayed reading are special part of Suzuki method.         

 

Children nurtured by Suzuki method develops these ability in the early age and carry them into all aspects of their lives

 

  • Memories                           

  • Concentration           

  • Self Esteem

  • Confidence 

  • Mental Agility

  • Social Skills

  • Discipline

  • Sensitivity 

  • Co-ordination 

 

Above all, children will naturally develop the love of music and appreciation of beauty. Parents and child will have much better bounding through the "Suzuki Triangle"- parents and teacher are the base of the triangle to support the child on the top. 

 

Parents are active participants at all lessons, they listen, observe and take notes under teachers guidance so they will be able to be an effective "home teacher". Teacher will show and teach parents, not just what to practice, but how to practice effectively with their child till the child is becoming more independent later on.                                                  

It is also parents job to ensure child listens to Suzuki CD and has good practice routine. Daily listening will help the child to gain the musicality and improve musical memory, it also provides great motivation for advancing.