Find out about learning the piano the Suzuki way here.
I began training as a Suzuki piano teacher in 2014 and started a small Suzuki group in 2015. Flushed with success after passing my ‘Level 1’ exam in 2016 (*Update: Level 2 passed summer 2018!*) I am now looking to expand my Suzuki practice. Why? Because it is a wonderful way of growing children. If this sounds a little ‘flowery’ carry on reading!
- For a light-hearted description of how I use the Suzuki Twinkle Variations to aid the technical and musical development of all my pupils follow the link to my recent article They All twinkle Jan 2015
- You can read my recent essay on 2 Suzuki Philosophy here. (Beware – it’s a bit of a rant on the current state of the English school system!)
- For an overview of what’s involved in becoming a Suzuki family go to Learning Piano the Suzuki Way
- An article I wrote for the Piano Professional magazine is a confessional of all the things I did wrong as a parent. Avoid the mistakes I made by turning to piano professional 49 dec 18 hilary dawson
- More parent information sheets are online here. Sheets 1 and 2 are practical tips for prospective Suzuki parents. Sheet 3 focuses on listening and may be of wider interest.