Suzuki Cello Lessons
Learn cello in a fun and engaging way while developing strong music foundations and a lifelong love of music.
Your child will develop perseverance, memory, concentration, creativity, listening skills, sensitivity and become a great problem solver as he/she progresses through the music.
Children can start to learn the cello at around 4 years old, and adults are welcome too!
- Weekly Private Lessons
- Monthly Group Classes
- Graduation Concerts
- Community Building
- Suzuki Workshops and Festivals
By taking an active role in your child’s learning, you, as a parent, will develop a special bond with your child and build and incredibly positive experience.
In my Suzuki program, I work very closely with parents to help them know how to assist their children at home. You dont need to know music or be an expert! If you are willing to share this important first steps with your child and work along with the teacher, that is all you need.
Come to lessons, practice with your child and celebrate every little step! Time goes by so fast but these special moments with your child will last forever.
In group classes, students develop their ability to play with others, reinforce their cello technique, study music theory in a fun and enjoyable way, practice aural and sight reading skills and create lifelong friendships.
Group classes serve as a motivator for students and help develop their self-confidence.
You wouldn’t want to miss group classes, they are key to your child’s success.
Concerts and Festivals
Recitals, graduation concerts and Suzuki festivals are an important part of the Suzuki community and families are highly encourage to participate in these events. They are fun and a good motivation for the student and for the family!
“It is necessary to be concerned about the
importance of educating a really beautiful human spirit.”
– Shinichi Suzuki
17/34-42 Dee Why Parade, Dee Why, Sydney
Weekly Individual Lesson
$30 per 30 minute lesson
$45 per 45 minute lesson
$20 per student, per class
- Payable per month in advance.
- All students are required to attend group classes.
- 10% discount for family members.