The Suzuki Voice Program (previously known in English as “Suzuki Singing” and “Singing in the Suzuki Style”) has been developed by Doctor of Music Päivi Kukkamäki 1987—2003 with the same children during 17 years at Sibelius University, Docmus-department. The idea to start this program with expectant mothers came from Ilari Kukkamäki 1985. Over the years Dr. Kukkamäki has travelled to 21 countries, participated in 42 conferences, conventions and workshops: with lectures, program introductions, demonstrations with her own students and training new teachers.
A special Fundraising Campaign organised by the European Suzuki Association
(ESA) to raise funds to give more children the opportunity of a Suzuki education in
Europe, Middle East and Africa.
The initial application process has been closed as scheduled, but we will continue to accept late applications for the Waiting List for all instruments.
On Saturday October 17 2015 a 'One Day Suzuki Birthday Piano Group Workshop' was held in Riga, Latvia.
Several months have already passed since the 10th European Suzuki Convention
With more than 650 children from all over the world and more than 250 Suzuki teachers present as Faculty members and observers, it was a truly successful event.
We are now looking for a team who would be prepared to organise the 11th European Suzuki Convention.
DSG v ESA
District Court of Bonn, Germany, Thursday 27 August 2015
The Austrian Suzuki Institute of Music (ASIoM) is proud to announce the launch of its very first Violin Teacher Training Course in Vienna.
The newly launched MyOngaku video practice aid, licensed by the International Suzuki Association, has been created to help students make the most of their practice time. Used along with the Suzuki sheet music, it is a reference tool for Suzuki violin students and their parents to use during practice when students are away from the direct guidance of their instructor.
The ways to acquire Suzuki materials continue to grow as we accommodate technological advances.