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Individual and Group lessons

The basic foundation of the Suzuki philosophy is creating a nurturing environment for character building and talent development. Therefore we don't start immediately with lessons. We invite you to observe lessons of other students first. This gives your child and you time to understand what we do and your child a chance to get used to the surroundings, to what lesson involves and this is a great opportunity for us to get to know each other. and explain the process.

Before we start lessons I ask parents to arrange an acoustic instrument (not a digital piano/keyboard) as once we start lessons, we will need it for daily practice. 

I ask all my prospective parents to read about the Suzuki philosophy, I recommend reading two books written by Dr Suzuki "Nurtured by Love" and "Ability Development from Age Zero"

In the addition to our individual lessons we organise regular group sessions which are an essential part of our programme.

We learn the skill of playing together, active listening to others and working as a team.

We play listening games, theory and sight reading games.

All activities are carefully prepared for the group and tailored to the age and ability of the group.

Group sessions are extremely important in  musical education. They build confidence In public performance, children learn better having a practical activity, they learn from each other and also make new friends. 

To some parties we invite special guests to show us some new skills​

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