Welcome to Suzuki at Amarillo College!

Our supportive learning environment is the perfect place for parents and children to develop a creative, cooperative learning partnership. 

Since 1977, the AC Suzuki Program has offered highly qualified and trained Suzuki instructors to support and train growing talent in all students. Weekly private and group instruction, monthly Play-ins, solo recitals and the annual group recital are all components of this complete Suzuki experience.

Prospective families should first visit the "Our Program" link above for information about the Suzuki Method and details, including new student placement details for August 2014, about our program at Amarillo College. Look in the "Prospective Students" link for policies on beginning in our program and how to sign up for our placement list.

Families currently enrolled in our program should bookmark this page and check back often for updated program information, details on upcoming events and any changes to the schedule.  Practice resources, tuition schedules, and workshop/recital info are located in the "Current Students" link.

The Amarillo College Suzuki Program supports the mission statement of the College by serving as a long-established, well-respected music program for children and their families in our community. Recognizing that the seeds of passion for lifelong learning are planted during childrens' formative years, the Amarillo College Suzuki Program is dedicated to teaching life skills and love of learning to children and their families through the study of music.
 

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Events

Aug 1

Every Child Can! Registration Due

All day event - August 1

Aug 12

Student Registration - Morning

07:30 AM - 02:00 PM, August 12, 2014

Aug 12

Student Registration - Morning Afternoon

03:00 PM - 06:30 PM, August 12, 2014

All Events

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"Perhaps it is music that will save the world."

- the great cellist, Pablo Casals, upon hearing a group of Suzuki students perform.