Music for Infant and Toddlers starts Sep. The Home of Musical Excellence in WNY is. Buffalo Suzuki Strings is the oldest Suzuki Method music education program in Western New York. The cornerstones of our philosophy are - an early beginning, a nurturing environment, quality musical training, plus a strong partnership among parents, teachers and the community.
|City||North Tonawanda, NY|
|Address||4 Webster Street|
|Phone Number||(716) 743-8728|
From Our Website
Do you feel like your child is resistant or allergic to practice? Does practice time seem an unproductive battle? Let's pause for a moment and think about the reasons why you are studying an instrument in the first place. Why? As a teachers, the reasons why we teach are usually pretty similar. What a great quote from Dr. Suzuki! You've probably heard your teacher say something like this in the past. They're simply trying to encourage their students to treat practice more like eating, rather than schoolwork.
Buffalo Suzuki Strings Inc. is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) music education program utilizing the Suzuki Method. BSS provides instruction by Suzuki Association of the Americas registered Suzuki Teachers on Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Piano, and Classical Guitar. The BSS music program consists of a combination of private lessons and group instruction for children ages birth to 18 years. Enrichment programs such as Music Reading, Orchestra, Fiddling Classes, Quartets, and Advanced Ensemble are also available.
The Buffalo Suzuki Strings Music Education Program provides complete instrumental instruction from beginner to advanced levels for Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano and Classical Guitar. According to the student's age and level of study, private weekly lessons are offered at 30, 45, or 60-minute increments private instruction. We provide lessons for these instruments. BSS requires attendance at two group repertory classes each month. Students are placed in groups according to their playing level where the children learn to play together, polish performance pieces and review Suzuki repertoire.