16 week program
1/2 hour, 45-minute, or 1 hour sessions. Includes a group session every other week.
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Suzuki is a distinct method of string instruction for children ages three years old and older where they learn by listening, imitating, and watching others.
Music education that follows the Suzuki method is unique because:
Suzuki educators believe every child can learn to play music. Their talent and ability is a product of a healthy environment. Every child can learn music in the same way that they learn to speak their native language, by imitating the others in their life that influence them
Parents are the most influential people in their child’s life, making parental support key in music education. A parent’s healthy involvement nurtures the talent and ability in every child. Parents are required to attend two weekly lessons with their children, one individual lesson and one group lesson.
Emily has taught violin since 1984 and is a graduate of the University of Missouri at Columbia, with a bachelor’s degree in music education. She currently is in an instructor for Mathews-Dickey Boys’ and Girls’ Club and Anointed Feet Christian Dance Academy of the Arts.
Her past teaching experiences include private studio teaching, lead teacher of the Missouri String Project and Suzuki Violin of Jefferson City.
Emily has attended teacher training at Stevens Point, Wis.; Ottawa, Kan.; Lincoln, Neb.; and Indiana University. Teachers who have influenced her include William Fitzsimmons and Eva Szekely.