SIUE Suzuki Strings Program
Edwardsville, IL 62026
General Information: email@example.com
It is a combination of:
· University Students who are studying for careers in teaching and performance
· Students ages 3—adult
These four groups work together within the university system, using the philosophy of Shinichi Suzuki as a unifying guideline, to create a musical environment for developing students, teachers and parents.
The SIUE Suzuki Strings Program includes about 250 students on violin, viola or cello, drawn from a 75-mile radius of SIUE.
Each student receives a weekly individual or private, lesson, held at a convenient time for student, parent and teacher. Included in the tuition are group lessons, which are held on Saturday mornings from 10:15 am—12:15.
Students are taught by SIUE faculty and graduate assistants. Informative discussions for Suzuki Parents are presented once a month.
Parent Classes for Beginners Students under the age of 9 start only in the fall and their parents participate in an 8-week orientation class. The children receive group lessons during this time, and individual lessons begin a little later. Older students may begin lessons at any time throughout the year, space permitting.
We send out the following information to prospective families. If it saves you time, here is the literature we send!
· Welcome Letter from Our Director
· Information about the Suzuki Philosophy
· String Development Program Brochure
(most private lessons)... Dunham Hall is No. 6—Park in Lot E
(Saturday Group Classes) Founders Hall is No. 1– Park in Lot A
· Public Performances—see us live!