• The Suzuki Method is a global and widely popular teaching methodology, originally introduced for the violin by Shin’ichi Suzuki. The philosophy beleives that through the enviroment and proper teaching, every child is capable of achieving a high level of musicality. It has since been adapted for many instruments including the piano, including other non-musical disciplines for the purpose of early childhood education. This method encourages parents to enrol their children from as young as 3 1\2 years in order to maximize the benefits offered by this method.

    Piano Early Learning – Age 3½ – 5

    A fun way of child learning by listening and copying the teacher fingers movements and finding the sound at the piano. This is done through Suzuki Method that the learning skills are done by a friendly simple interactive lesson between child and teacher. Parents are part of the learning process by helping at home with the new skills. Includes well known children songs, stories and movement sequences.
    Piano Transitional Learning Age 5½ – 7
    A resource of beautiful pieces intended to learn well known piano pieces in the world repertoire, and developing further pianistic skills. Parents take part during the lesson learning by listen and taking notes. Parents do not participate during the teacher’s lessons by helping the child in any aspect of the session.

    Piano Advance Learning Age 8 – 12

    In this stage level 3 to 6 or even further level can be achieve in the Suzuki Method with a fantastic repertoire of piano works.

    Piano Advancement Learning Age 12 – adult

    This advance level can be used to define a teacher career or a professional pianist, or just a very good piano player for oneself and others.

    Programmes Guides

    The Reinders Music School very often present students in

    • Workshops
    • Teacher’s home concerts
    • Organized concerts halls
    • Suzuki Concerts
    • Suzuki orchestra Concerts – Strings and piano
  • Methods

    We apply a variety of methods to suite your needs. These include…