The Suzuki Pedagogy curriculum promotes the exploration and application of Suzuki philosophies, which utilize the Suzuki method of playing and teaching violin, viola and cello. CIM Conservatory Suzuki Pedagogy candidates must be admitted to the CIM Master of Music degree program.

An in-depth study and performance of the Suzuki Violin/Cello school repertoire is required of all CIM Suzuki Pedagogy students, including a comprehensive knowledge of supplemental scales, arpeggios, études and works from the standard repertoire. Pedagogy students must complete required observations of private and group lessons within the CIM Preparatory Department and pursue a performance studies in either the conservatory cello or violin departments.

Concerts and events

Oct 16 Wed
4:00 pm
Fall Conservatory Concerto Competition
Competition, Concert Series
Oct 30 Wed
8:00 pm
Faculty Recital: Carolyn Warner & Friends XVI
Faculty Recital, Concert Series
Oct 31 Thu
4:30 pm
Viola Master Class with Michael Klotz
Master Classes & Lectures, Concert Series
Nov 5 Tue
10:00 am
Chamber Music Master Class with Philip Setzer
Master Classes & Lectures, Concert Series
Nov 7 Thu
7:30 pm
Second Artist Diploma Recital: James Thompson, violin
Strings, Conservatory Student Recitals