What is the Suzuki Method?

*Julia Emig, Suzuki piano & strings instructor

B.S. Mu Ed. West Chester University.  M. Mu. Ed. from The Hartt School, University of Hartford.  Received Suzuki Teacher Training at various locations in the U.S. and Canada.  Music teacher in the Chambersburg Area School District.  Organist and Choir Director, Solomon’s U.C.C.  She has performed extensively in the area as an accompanist and soloist.

*Susan Matson, Suzuki piano & Music Together instructor

B. M. Piano Performance, Peabody Conservatory.  Suzuki teacher training with Haruko Kataoka, co-founder of the Suzuki piano method, and others.  Additional training in early childhood musical development at the Center for Music & Young Children.  Graduate studies in Dalcroze Eurhythmics at the Marta Sanchez Dalcroze Training Center, Carnegie Melon University.  Guest clinician at Suzuki workshops, directed Greater Washington Suzuki Piano Institute 2003-2013.  Has taught music in private schools K-12, directed children’s & youth choirs, and taught traditional piano. Performance experience includes chamber music, instrumental & vocal accompanying, & solo performances.