Suzuki Flute Lessons
The Suzuki Method is based on the philosophy that all people have
musical ability and that learning to play an instrument is just a matter
of educating that ability. Students participate in both individual and
group lessons weekly and have the opportunity to observe other students'
lessons. Suzuki students learn music as we do our native
language–through listening, imitation, repetition, and encouragement.
Music reading is introduced after the child becomes somewhat
accomplished on the instrument.
Suzuki Lessons are Different
- Small steps & a positive approach
- Parent involvement
- Playing by ear first, reading music later
- Both individual & group lessons
- Cooperation, not competition
Lessons are scheduled according to your availability.
Coming soon to Waynesville.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is there an age limit?
- The Suzuki approach is appropriate for any age student because of the belief that all people have musical ability.
- What is the best age to begin Suzuki flute lessons?
- The earlier the better. Young
children can begin at age 4, which is ideal, but it’s never too late to
learn to play an instrument.
- How does Suzuki work for teens and adults?
- The approach and philosophy are the same, but there is less parent involvement for teens, and obviously none for adults.