Our solo recitals will occur as scheduled: Sunday, March 5.
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ABOUT OUR PROGRAM:
Shinichi Suzuki (1898-1998) believed that all children could develop musical ability. Applying simple characteristics of language learning to music instruction, Suzuki successfully created an environment conducive to developing exceptional musical skills in children. These language-learning characteristics included an emphasis on the child's natural desire to engage with the 'work' of learning, an early beginning, parent involvement, immersion in the musical 'language,' and lots of encouragement!
Like Suzuki, we believe that “every child can”! The Suzuki Strings Program and Chamber Players create a creative and inclusive learning community where the primary goal is to develop children with a love of the arts and the skills of self-discipline, teamwork, and self-expression. What sets CMI apart is the quality of well-rounded musicians our program has developed within this fun and nurturing environment: we’re proud to be able to prepare our most passionate students effectively for serious music study in high school, college, and beyond.
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