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Suzuki Violin Lessons - Dallas Area - Violin Studio Info: (214) 269-8545

~ How the Suzuki Violin Method Works  ~

In the Suzuki Method violin program, children learn violin through both individual and group lessons. Each child receives a weekly individual lesson and a group lesson, concert, recital , or other group activity every month. In addition to individual and group violin lessons, students take music theory lessons that help them read, write, and understand music notation and how music works.

Our music curriculum gives students a well-rounded music education that goes beyond the "typical" weekly private lesson. Our curriculum has taken many of our former students to the heights of music performance. It is designed to take our music students to the highest levels of musical excellence.

Our complete, all-inclusive music curriculum consists of:

  • Weekly Individual Violin Lessons

  • Ensemble & Group Violin lessons

  • Music Reading & Theory Lessons

  • Many Performance Opportunities Through the Year

  • Parent-Help Seminars to Maximize Your Child's Music Learning

Get your child started with Suzuki violin lessons

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The Suzuki Method

The Talent Education music program embraces the ideals and philosophy of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki, founder of the Suzuki Method. The student, teacher and parent are the solid foundation of a learning triangle. The parent attends the lessons, creates a positive home learning environment, and organizes the daily listening and practice sessions.

No previous music or teaching experience is necessary.

Schedule a lesson observation and see for yourself

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How does the Suzuki Method differ from other methods?

How does Talent Education differ from other methods of teaching music to children?

Though music teachers have often used some of the elements of the Suzuki talent education method, Dr. Suzuki formulated them in a cohesive approach to teaching music to children.

Some basic differences are:

  • Suzuki teachers believe that musical ability can be developed in all children.
  • Students begin at young ages.
  • Parents play an active role in the learning process.
  • Children become comfortable with the instrument before learning to read music.
  • Technique is taught in the context of pieces rather than through dry technical exercises.
  • Pieces are refined through constant review.
  • Students perform frequently, individually and in groups.

Come for an observation and see the Suzuki Method for yourself

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Academic benefits of Suzuki violin lessons

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Besides learning how to play the violin beautifully, by enrolling your child in the Suzuki violin program, your child will also learn with ease to sharpen some valuable life and academic skills. Some of them are:

  • Concentration and focus
  • Self-esteem and confidence
  • Feeling comfortable in front of an audience
  • Self-discipline
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How to Get Your Child Started

If you are already aware of all the academic benefits that Suzuki violin lessons will bring to your child's life and know how the Suzuki Method works, congratulations! You are one of the many happy parents who experience the joy of nurturing your child's efforts and wants him/her to succeed in music, academics, social life, and beyond. Here is how to get started:

Suzuki Violin Lessons - Dallas Area

1. Observe: Come to see for yourself how the Suzuki Method works, meet the teacher
2. Enroll: Get all info you need to enroll including tuition, lesson availability, and teacher schedules, register for parent orientation classes
3. Schedule Lesson Time: Talk to your Suzuki teacher to schedule an individual lesson time for your child and group class placement

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