Registration Spring



 Suzuki Spring Registration

Monday & Tuesday, January 6 & 7
10:30 AM-2 PM & 3-5:30 PM

LOCATION:  Music Building 304 & 308
You will need 2 separate payments to complete registration:

1) $35 Suzuki Association of the Americas Membership Fee (check or cash ONLY, have this with you) payable to AC Suzuki

2) Tuition payment (check, cash or credit card) payable to Amarillo College 
      $350 for 30-minute lesson students
      $470 for 45-minute lesson students     
      $595 for 60-minute lesson students

    The above rates include any Wednesday groups, orchestras, solo recitals and play-ins for the enrolled student.
      Optional additional fees (at the discretion of the teacher) include:
            $30 for Advanced Ensemble*
            $55 for Orff for Children NOT studying an instrument*        
           $75 for Orchestra/Group for students NOT in the Suzuki program*
                      *$2 technology fee may apply to these sections

Come to the Music Building where we will provide you with forms and course ID numbers for your child(ren). All Suzuki students MUST register before 5:30 PM on Jan 7, and full payment must be made at the time of registration.


3) REFRESHMENT SIGN-UP POLICY:   Each family is responsible for assisting with refreshments for one event per semester. on your registration forms, you must indicate which date you will bring refreshments (details before the event) or if you prefer to donate $10 directly to refreshment chair, Shirley Bird, due at registration.

Students will be entered directly into the AC continuing education system, so bring along the following information:

* Child's social security #

* Child's date of birth


Anyone who is not able to register on this date or the early registration date of December 17 (10 AM - 12 PM) MUST make arrangements to meet with Mrs. Nies prior to the start of the semester - email

THERE WILL BE A $25 per student late fee assessed for any registrations after Jan 7.



Sep 23

Solo Recital #1

07:00 PM - 08:30 PM, September 23, 2014

Oak Acorn Room, College Union Building 2nd floor

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Support The Amarillo College Suzuki Program

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

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