- Emily is not taking on any more students in 2015, however inquiries can be made for students commencing in 2016 -
About the Suzuki Method:
- Focus on Listening
- Parent Involvement
- Games, Fun and Humour
- Observation of lessons and attendance at group classes, concerts and workshops with other Suzuki students
- A no-fail system, the student graduates a level when they are ready.
Free Introductory Lesson
About the Teacher:
Emily is an Accredited Suzuki Violin teacher with 20 years playing and performing experience, and 8 years Teaching experience with students of all ages.
She has completed Certificate III in Suzuki Violin Teaching which provides a thorough course with a combination of music pedagogy training, understanding of child-centred learning, and valuable teaching experience with a number of Sydney's music teachers.
She loves working with children and adult students to develop beautiful tone, technique and musical sensitivity through the tried and tested Suzuki method.
Emily's playing and performing experience includes performing with:
Sydney University Symphony Orchestra
Blue Mountains Concert Society as a soloist
Penrith Symphony Orchestra
Co-Principle violinist and soloist with the Blue Mountains Orchestra
The string ensemble, Bowquet
Parramatta String Players (Mentored by the Australian Chamber Orchestra)
Performance and high achievement in HSC Music 2 and Music Extension
Parents and students interested in violin lessons and the Suzuki method are invited to observe Emily's lessons by appointment and arrange a complimentary get-to-know-you-and-the-violin introductory lesson. For more information on Suzuki Talent Education in NSW, please see the website below.