Suzuki Violin Teaching Method Workshop
The Elder Conservatorium of Music is delighted to present an evening of Suzuki Violin Teaching Method with violinist Kylie Mahony.
Dr Suzuki’s method of violin teaching had been hugely successful around the world, yet few have a well-informed understanding of the principles and techniques behind its success.
Kylie Mahony will discuss Dr Suzuki’s philosophy, explaining how his child-centred teaching method encourages a love of music. The emphasis on a natural learning method is based on the way students acquire their native tongue, simultaneously fostering the growing child’s abilities and character in a musical, non-competitive environment.
The evening will include a short concert by Suzuki students, with time for audience questions.
Kylie Mahony has been teaching the Suzuki violin method for thirty years, producing generations of excellent students. She has taught in masterclasses and workshops both interstate and internationally, with pupils recently winning prizes for the most outstanding student at AMus level and the Jane Peters Medallion in 2020 and 2021.
Kylie completed her BMus at the Elder Conservatorium with Beryl Kimber, before completing a Master’s degree on full scholarship at the University of Minnesota. On graduation, Kylie spent an additional year setting up a Suzuki school at St Paul University, Minnesota.
Entry is FREE but registration is essential