Suzuki Method for Piano

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Suzuki Method for Piano

Postby jennykhots » Thu Nov 11, 2010 2:53 pm

Hi, can anyone share their experience? My boy, non music background(8)& girl , clarinetist (10) are planning for lessons under a private tutor, fees are about $80/hr for them to learn together. As read under in the suzuki violin forum, how can I tell if they are making progress, eg. after 3 months what are the stuff they should have learnt. Pardon me for my abruptness. For eg, for swimming, it takes about 6-12months to take a bronze test, if beyond that either the coach is not aggressive or he is there to squeeze more money from the parent, that's my conclusion.

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Re: Suzuki Method for Piano

Postby juzmusic » Wed Mar 15, 2017 7:41 am

7 years too late to answer the question. But better late than never.
After 3 months the student at 8 years old, should be able to play both hands together- in unison, with block chords and alberti bass. Play with a flexible wrist and some finger independency. Also should have covered at least 5-8 pieces.

Juzmusic Academy offers Suzuki piano/violin/cello classes. (www.juzmusic.com)

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