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*NEW* The Edmonton Suzuki Early Childhood community is developing a separate website for the local program. Check out our progress here for up to date info, blog posts, and more!


Suzuki Early Childhood Education is a music program designed for parents and children aged 0-3 years. Using a carefully selected set of action songs and lullabies, infants and toddlers experience learning music as a second language following the same process as learning to speak their mother tongue. Easy, fun, and natural! Parents are amazed to realize how much infants can learn and understand. We create an environment in the class that nurtures this process for both parents and children. SECE classes are the only infant music classes that are designed to transition seamlessly into instruction on any musical instrument starting as young as 3 years. As the children mature, more complex layers of activity are added to the familiar songs to develop pre-instrument skills. What makes Suzuki ECE different from other music classes for children?

Interested?

  • Drop in with your child at any class (no charge)
  • Classes are free for expectant mothers and any children under the age of 3 mo.

Class times and locations:

  • September through June: Weekly classes on Saturday mornings
    • 9:30 am – 10:30 am (see calendar below for specific dates )
    • Schoen Duo Studio, 79 Ave. & 91 St. NW,  Edmonton, AB (rear entrance)
  • Summer Term – 5 consecutive weekday classes at a Suzuki Institute
    • August 19 – 23, 2019
    • 9:30 – 10:30am
    • U of A, Faculty Saint-Jean: Room 1-85, Pavilion McMahon, , 8406, rue Marie-Anne-Gaboury (91 Street)

Recordings:

Registration & Cost:

Thanks to the Suzuki Talent Education Society in Calgary  and SECE Teacher Trainer Wan Tsai Chen for the use of their wonderful  demonstration videos!

Get the latest research on why these classes are so beneficial:

Thanks to Dr. David Gerry, music cognition researcher and Suzuki Flute teacher trainer,  for the links to his research papers!

Useful information for parents:

SECE newsletter links:

Salterello (excerpt)

Salterello (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Salterello-preview.mp3

Siciliana (excerpt)

Siciliana (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Siciliana-preview.mp3

Three Reel Studies (excerpt)

Three Reel Studies (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/3-reel-studies-preview.mp3

Red River Dances (excerpt)

Red River Dances (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Red-River-Dances-Preview.mp3

Variations on an Old Swedish Folksong (excerpt)

Variations on an Old Swedish Folksong (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Kuhlau-Variations-Preview.mp3

Profile (excerpts)

In this EP we demonstrate the wide variety of styles we can cover. Medieval and Baroque music on period instruments, modern compositions that recall folk traditions, Native American and Metis melodies, and, of course, a little bit of classical music too.   About the Music: Salterello: This anonymous Italian dance from c.1400 is played on […]