Second Annual Fundraiser Concert

The Suzuki Association of South Florida is hosting its Second Annual Fundraiser Concert, featuring many of our talented Suzuki teacher performers and several distinguished guest artists. The concert will feature music for a variety of instruments by Anton Arensky, J.S. Bach, Ludwig. van Beethoven, Antonin Dvorak, Carlos Gardel, Gerardo Matos Rodriquez, Joaquin Rodrigo, and Antonio Vivaldi.

The purpose of this concert is to raise funds specifically for students who need financial assistance to attend Suzuki workshops or Summer Suzuki Institutes around North America. In addition, scholarship funds will be available to teachers who wish to further their Suzuki training. We have a long tradition of offering scholarship assistance to families and teachers. With this concert we hope to continue being able to help fund these activities for families and teachers to further strengthen Dr. Suzuki’s goals of creating a better world.

For more information click here.

First Annual Student Fundraiser Concert

The Suzuki Association of South Florida (SAofSFl) is hosting its First Annual Student Fundraiser Concert. We invite you to come be soothed.

An exceptional showcase of some of South Florida’s most accomplished students. Featuring compositions by Bach, Brown, Chopin, Gavotte, Kuhlau, Schumann, Seitz, and Vivaldi; the performances are pure “music to your ears”.

Between the ages of 6 and 17, most of our performers have impressive adjunct activities as members of the Florida Youth Orchestra, the Chamber Strings Programs or the Miami Children’s Chorus. Some have played at Carnegie Hall and others currently perform as professionals at prestigious venues.

Established in 1986, the Suzuki Association of South Florida is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the use and understanding of Dr. Suzuki’s teaching philosophy of whole child development and unleashing of natural learning potential, enabling them to become good and happy people. Through the Suzuki growing process, children thrive in a total environment of support; develop confidence, self-esteem, discipline and concentration, along with the sensitivity and skill for making excellent music.

To find out more, click here.


To be held at Broward College in Davie, FL, the Fall Suzuki Violin Workshop will take place on Saturday, November 2, 2013 for students in Suzuki Books 1-10. Pre-Twinkle students and new families may observe any part of the Workshop. Check-in will begin at 8:30am in Building 4 and classes will begin promptly at 9:00am. Master Class lessons will be offered on a first come, first served basis on Friday, November 1, from 4:00pm to 7:30pm at Broward College room 104; on Saturday, from 2:30-3:30 pm; and on Sunday, November 3 from 9:00am to 1 pm.

To find out more, click here.


This is a course for teachers and parents designed to address the importance of building a strong Suzuki foundation able to sustain a child from the beginning stages through a lifetime in music. Topics to be discussed include: Suzuki philosophy as it applies to education of parents and children, how to assess progress in a childʼs Suzuki development, successful introduction of early skills to both parent and child, the understanding of mastery before moving on (of teacher, parent, and student), the goal of a lifelong Suzuki education for teacher, parent, and child. You can register the course with the SAA.

Teachers are asked to bring a video recording (DVD) of a student at the Twinkle or early book one level, or as early as possible. The course will be 8 hours plus observing students signed-up for Master Class lessons with Michele. There will be 4 hours of lecture/discussion each day, plus the Master classes. Each day we will begin at 9:00am and have an hour break for lunch - please bring your own bag lunch.