The Suzuki Method is based on the philosophy that music may be learned by young students in much the same way language is. Just as infants learn to speak by hearing and imitating their parents, young children learn music by being immersed in sounds and songs. Through listening, imitation, and repetition, music is taught and absorbed as a language.
The three defining aspects of the Suzuki Program at BMS are:
Enroll Today! Call 617-277-4593
|Length||Per Term||Full Year|
|30 minutes||$248.00 (16 weeks)||$496.00 (32 weeks)|
|45 minutes||$368.00 (16 weeks)||$736.00 (32 weeks)|
Suzuki Violin Classes have two semesters:
Students registered for classes in Fall Term are automatically reenrolled in Spring Term.
More info available at School CalendarsSchool Calendars
Although children can start at very young age, Suzuki method is effective for any age - grade school age or adults. Age 5 is typically when children are able to hold the violin and develop the muscular coordination to produce a steady sound. Occasionally, students may begin lessons younger, following a trial lesson and consultation with a Suzuki instructor. The same parent or caregiver is requested to consistently attend all private lessons.