Violin for Adults
Explore a new hobby with this class designed for adult beginner violinists!
Cello for Adults
Tailor-made for grown-ups curious about the cello – this class uses an adapted String Sprouts curriculum to teach adults the basics of the cello.
Violin Explorers is an 8-week exploration of the violin for beginners ages 4-8 and their parents.
Explore the world of percussion in this class for students of all skill levels!
Rock Lab is a modern-band experience for vocalists and students who play guitar, bass guitar, drum set, or keyboard/synthesizer!
Famous Strums 101
This class emphasizes aural skills and rhythm to improve your comfort with strumming along with popular and classic music.
A guitar class for first-timers. Students learn the basics of guitar technique, chords, and leads. A wonderful way to dabble in guitar!
This group piano experience is a great choice for students who are just beginning to tickle the ivories. This class is appropriate for brand new students with no prior experience, new piano students who are already taking individual lessons, or those who are interested in individual lessons.
Step up your musical skill level with an expert in your chosen area of study. The calibre of instructors give students more than just music education; it’s a chance for learners of all types to engage and network with world-class musicians and people.
An early childhood music class for children ages 0–4. This class provides a pressure-free space for kids to learn music through rhymes, songs, and rhythms.
Collaborations & Partner Events
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Stories From Childhood
A brand new, revamped version of the classic concept of Stories from Childhood featuring Conservatory students creating their own music and visuals!
Adult Musicians Retreat
June 23-24, 2023: a special retreat for all adult musicians of any instrument and skill level!
A week-long comprehensive program that brings Suzuki students, families, and teachers together to expand and deepen their knowledge and playing.
Why Study Music?
March 15th, 2021 • Music Education
Studying music has a huge number of benefits, some more familiar than others, but all incredibly positive for academic, social, and emotional outcomes. When we play music, all areas of the brain are activated. The three learning styles of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic are all needed to learn a piece of music. Reading the notes (visual), hearing the pitches (auditory), and physically playing the music (kinesthetic) produce an all-encompassing learning experience.
Teacher Tips: The Importance of Counting
March 11th, 2021 • Music Education, Teacher Tips
Counting and reading rhythms will make you the independent, confident player you want to become.
Teacher Tips: Active Musical Listening
December 15th, 2020 • Teacher Tips
Do you ever find yourself in a mental rut in a rehearsal? Have you played or heard a piece so often that it’s become a bit boring? Let yourself be immersed in it!