A warm and welcoming Suzuki flute community in Philadelphia
“Music is the language of the heart, without words.”
What is Suzuki?
Shinichi Suzuki was a violinist, and founded the “Talent Education” Institute in Matsumoto in 1945. He believed that because all children could speak their native language so fluently at such a young age, that this was the perfect educational framework. He called this the “Mother Tongue” method and applied it to music education for very young children. He believed that children could learn music in the same way they acquired language from their parents by listening, repetition, encouragement and love.
“If love is deep, much can be accomplished.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you teach other instruments besides the flute?
No, we only teach the flute because we are highly specialized in the flute and fantastic at teaching it!
Do I have to take both group class and private lessons?
Yes! Both are necessary and are included in your tuition. There are many skills to acquire in a group class setting that cannot be taught in a private lesson alone.
Do I have to purchase my own instrument?
Yes, we have a variety of options that you can choose from. We also have a rental program if you would prefer to rent from us until you are ready to buy.
“Music exists for the purpose of growing an admirable heart.”
New Student Suzuki Flute Summer Program!
(June – August 2017)
Age 3+ Begin anytime!
weekly private lessons
introduction to group class
observations at your convenience
Suzuki Flute Program
Weekly flute lesson (age 4+)
Bi-weekly Group Classes
All in a warm, loving music community
Music Mind Games
Music literacy through joy, fun and games!
We incorporate MMG into our Suzuki program for all students.
Contact us to set up a private group workshop for your students!
New Student Summer Openings Monday-Thursday!
“First character, then ability.”
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