Intro to Suzuki Cello

Intro to Suzuki Cello creates a comfortable and nurturing environment for young students ages 3-7 and their parents or guardians to begin cello and learn about the basics through fun games as well as group classes and individual instruction.

Suzuki celloSmall group or mini lessons are offered, which is where each child and his or her parent/guardian receives individual instruction. This allows the students and their guardians to not only participate, but observe. These lessons—which can have up to four students—are offered every day and normally last one hour. Since these lessons are offered over several consecutive days, students are able to develop and hone specific skills needed to refine their cello playing.

In this Suzuki camp, parents or guardians participate in all classes and are involved in the learning and development process. We encourage guardians to serve as home teachers, which means a basic understanding of what is being taught will be beneficial. Teachers take great care to instruct guardians during the group and small group or mini lessons.

Program Details:

  • Dates: June 4 - 8
  • Time: 10:00am-12:00pm, Daily
  • Location: CIM’s Main Campus in University Circle
  • Ages: 3-7, and their parents or guardians
  • Level: Beginner
  • Tuition: $200
  • Questions? Contact Abbey Hansen at abbey.hansen@cim.edu

Suzuki Cello Workshop

Suzuki Cello Workshop is geared toward students who are 8-12 years of age with 1-2 years of prior cello experience. This workshop allows school-taught, young musicians to experience a new, collaborative form of music by performing and working with other cellists while honing their specific skills.

In this workshop, Suzuki-style masterclasses and group classes are offered with an added focus on Eurythmics, sight singing and music theory.

Program Details:

  • Dates: June 4 - 8
  • Time: 1:00-3:00pm, Daily
  • Location: CIM’s Main Campus in University Circle
  • Ages: 8-12
  • Level: 1-2 years of experience
  • Tuition: $200
  • Questions? Contact Abbey Hansen at abbey.hansen@cim.edu