Ages 3 & older, with parents
Göran Berg, Program Director
Violin, Viola, and Cello
In Crowden's Suzuki Strings program, parents take an active role in the educational process by attending all lessons and classes, and by practicing daily with their children at home.
Ages 3 & older with parents
The program includes both a weekly individual lesson and an additional group class. The lesson allows the teacher, parent, and student to focus on that student’s individual needs. The group class supports private instruction by providing the benefits of playing in an ensemble with peers.
Because the Suzuki Strings program provides a group class experience from the earliest stage of learning, participants are well-prepared to transition into Crowden’s ensemble program when they reach the appropriate level of proficiency. Each student’s private teacher will recommend placement in the appropriate ensemble or Suzuki group class as the student progresses.
New students should submit a completed registration from by August 17, 2018 (Fall) or by January 7, 2019 (Spring). Crowden will contact registrants to schedule a brief placement interview.
Returning students not requiring teacher placement, need only to submit the registration form and payment by the deadline.
Tuition for Suzuki lessons varies depending on the length of lessons. The cost for beginning students typically starts at $1,360 for a 16-week semester.