The “Suzuki Triangle” is the collaborative relationship between the teacher, the practicing parent/caregiver, and the student, and is a cornerstone of the Suzuki philosophy.
This means that parents/caregivers are given the tools, encouragement, and support for success during weekly lessons. Parents and caregivers may take advantage of additional support by way of:
- Informational Sessions for parents/caregivers of new and prospective students.
- Recommended resources for helpful reading/listening.
- Adult learning the instrument before or at the same time the student begins lessons, (and typically, much to the child’s delight, being surpassed soon after).
- Parent Education seminars and special events for all studio parents/caregivers. (Popular events include panel discussions, guest speakers, idea exchanges, and discussions of specific topics related to studying the instrument).