|Before May 1||May 1 - June 1||
After June 1*
|Piano (Book 1)||$330||$365||$400|
|Piano (Books 2+)||$365||$400||$435|
* Participation in Institute is not guaranteed after June 1 and registration is subject to availability.
Tuition Includes: registration, student t-shirt, classes for all six hours (including enrichments), and parent classes.
Additional items available for purchase include: housing and meals (lunch only option), enrichment classes for siblings who are not registered, extra t-shirts for other family members, personal fan.
MASTER CLASS. An individual lesson with a master teacher where a student presents their polished piece. After their lesson, they will observe the other student lessons. Parents attend this class, taking notes on their child’s lesson so that the assignment for each day will be understood and they can help their child prepare for the next day’s class.
THEORY/READING. Students become more familiar with the written language of music.
TECHNIQUE/REPERTOIRE. Students will bring back old songs we worked so hard to perfect in lessons past. We will prepare them for performance. Pieces must be performance polished.
ENSEMBLE GROUPS. In this class, elementary and intermediate piano students will learn the basics of playing in small groups with other instrumentalists.
CHOICE OF TWO (2) PIANO ENRICHMENT CLASSES
Students choose from the following: Dance, Music Theater/Choir, Arts & Crafts, Drumming, and/or Chess. Full descriptions of the classes can be found on our Enrichment page, except for Instrumental Ensemble, just for pianos, is described below.
Monday: Sign-In begins at 12:00pm At this time, you will receive your t-shirt (included in the cost of registration), your schedule, and all the information you will need to have an AWESOME week at Institute. Orientation begins at 1:00pm in the Jewett Auditorium. ALL students and parents should attend this meeting. Information pertaining to the week’s activities will be finalized here. Students will then attend classes from 2-5pm.
Tuesday-Thursday: Students have classes from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We will break for lunch and recitals will be held after lunch. If you wish to participate in one of these recitals, audition information can be found on our Honor Recital page.
Friday: Students have classes from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. After lunch, the afternoon the final concerts will be held - times to be announced.
NOTE: Proper dress is required at all concerts, string students wear black pants or skirts (knee length or longer) and white tops (no sleeveless, please) with black shoes and socks.
Piano Repertoire List
The Suzuki Institute experience relies upon a deep and thorough knowledge of all learned repertoire. Songs do not need to be memorized. They need to be beat perfect.
Minuet 2 in G Major
Cradle Song (Von Weber)
Hungarian Folk Song (Bartok)
Wild Rider (Schumann)
Little Waltz (Gurlitt)
Sonatina Op 36 No 3 (Clementi)
Sonata Op 49 No 2 (Beethoven)
|Book 6 and 7|