The School

The Suzuki School of Music, located in Geneva Canton, offers violin, cello and piano lessons according to Suzuki pedagogy. It is for any person motivated and eager to learn a musical instrument.

Violin Professor

Adrien MODAFFARI

Cello Professor

Mario CASTAÑEDA

Piano Professor

Annabelle TRINITÉ

The
Method

All children learn their native language naturally. Why isn't this the case with learning a musical instrument? It is based on this idea that Shinichi Suzuki created such a revolutionary method of learning to play an instrument.

PRINCIPLES OF THE METHOD

A 10% reduction is given to the second family member to join after the first student is enrolled.

The ability to play without a music score allows the student to be better at listening to himself, at controlling his instrument, and his position without his attention being...

WEEKLY INDIVIDUAL
COURSES

Courses last 30, 45 or 60 minutes depending on the age and level of the student; this will be to be determined by the teacher. It allows the student to build up works in their repertoire. The teachers adapt their teaching style according to the needs of each student to enable them to develop a sound and clean technique, as well as their musicality and creativity.

GROUP COURSES

In addition to the individual course, students benefit from a weekly group course. This allows students to develop their listening skills by playing with others. It is during these classes that the ensemble pieces to be played at concerts are prepared.

OLDER AND
ADULT STUDENTS

It is possible to start learning to play an instrument at any age. The Suzuki method is, in this respect, adaptable and embellishes other methods in order to improve the students knowledge.

CONCERTS

Each student participates in concerts organized by the school (minimum of three during the year).

SUZUKI INTERNSHIPS

Students have the possibility of participating in a Suzuki internship as well as at Suzuki concerts outside of Geneva.

Courses last 30, 45 or 60 minutes depending on the age and level of the student; this will be to be determined by the teacher. It allows the student to build up works in their repertoire. The teachers adapt their teaching style according to the needs of each student to enable them to develop a sound and clean technique, as well as their musicality and creativity.

In addition to the individual course, students benefit from a weekly group course. This allows students to develop their listening skills by playing with others. It is during these classes that the ensemble pieces to be played at concerts are prepared.

It is possible to start learning to play an instrument at any age. The Suzuki method is, in this respect, adaptable and embellishes other methods in order to improve the students knowledge.

Each student participates in concerts organized by the school (minimum of three during the year).

Students have the possibility of participating in a Suzuki internship as well as at Suzuki concerts outside of Geneva.

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