Here are some of the basics covered during lessons:
Ear Training: As part of the Suzuki Method, all students (whether Suzuki students or not) are required to listen to their current pieces at home on a weekly basis. Listening to the music repertoire helps develop students’ aural skills.
Music Theory: Students will learn how to read and compose music, score analysis, chords, relative major and minor keys, and more to provide them with a well-rounded understanding of music theory.
Repertoire: Tone exercises, scale patterns, etudes, articulation studies, and selections from music history will be used throughout lessons to provide a students’ with a diverse array of techniques.
Artistic Expression: Students are encouraged to express their artistic voice through a variety of improvisational exercises, musical games, and their usual repertoire.
After every lesson, each student will also receive a detailed lesson summary along with a practice assignment for the following week. Get in touch today to schedule your free trial lesson!