Even our youngest students are clearly engaged and thriving from the focused attention on growing with their instruments and music during this time of social isolation. At the core of the Suzuki Method is the idea of the child (student) getting focused and sustained attention with lots of positive feedback from a master teacher and their parent as they investigate and grow with playing an instrument. These elements are all exquisitely in place in our online private and group lessons.
The sense of supportive community and a pursuit of a journey that is shared by one’s peers are also explicit and tangible during this period of online-only instruction.
If you would like to consider signing up for KSA lessons during this time, we would welcome you to observe an online lesson. Should you sign up for lessons and need help with obtaining an instrument, we can help facilitate your instrument rental.
All best to you during this challenging time. Especially during this time, we hope you are finding ways to nourish your child’s creativity, ability to focus, problem solving skills, desire for growth, and self-esteem, whether through Suzuki lessons or through other venues.