Suzuki Early Childhood Education

Join us once a week for a one-hour class where you will sing, dance, play instruments and enjoy a magical musical experience with your child! Our family music classes, held weekly, are open to babies & toddlers ages 0 to 4 years and their parents and/or caregivers.

Suzuki Early Childhood Education (SECE) is the realization of potential through active and reactive participation in the environment, from birth. SECE is based on the premise that the potential of every child is unlimited. Every country’s most important resource is its children. Suzuki Early Childhood Educators work in partnership with parents to create a stimulating learning environment. 

“When the environment is rich and unpressured, a child not only learns a skill but also gains a sense of purpose in life, an understanding of discipline, and an appreciation of beauty.”  ~Shinichi Suzuki

Summer Class Schedule

Wednesday mornings: 11:00-12:00

July 3rd, 10th, 17th, Aug. 14th, 21st, and 28th.


$50.00 one-time registration fee (includes class curriculum CD)

$240 for 6-week session

You can register for the class at any time during the session, and the fee will be prorated based on the remaining weeks. Email Kristina at sece@suzukiinstitute.org for more information.

Class Guidelines

For children ages 2 weeks thru 4 yearsOnly one child may attend with each parent
Dress comfortably for sitting on the floor as well as moving around
Please be prepared to remove your shoes and your child’s shoes for class.


Each class includes activities involving singing, listening, walking, running, marching to music, clapping rhythmically, playing drums, triangle, woodblock, xylophone, glockenspiel and other percussion instruments, counting, social interaction, free creative movement to music, reading a story book, parent education and journaling. Students will receive a CD of the class songs for listening and singing at home.


creativity, attuned listening, increased attention span, understanding pitch, respect for instruments, singing on pitch, counting orally, leadership, memorization, communication, sharing with others, patience and self control, ability to follow directions, fine and gross motor skills, language and vocabulary, recognition of sounds and rhythms, sensitivity and respect for others, xylophone and glockenspiel techniques, ability to repeat sequences of sounds.


Email instructor, Kristina Turner, at sece@suzukiinstitute.org.