There are no SECE classes scheduled at this time.

We are in the process of creating a safe location for in person classes.

Please check back again again for updates.

Suzuki Early Childhood Education is a music program designed for parents and children aged 0-4 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! 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) – just email us at schoenduo@gmail.com to let us know you want to come.
  • Classes are free for expectant mothers and any children under the age of 3 mo.

Class locations:

Classes are now online via Zoom. Anyone can join our class from anywhere in the world!

Local Edmonton families will have the option of attending in person classes.

But we will continue to have the online class link for out of town participants. (Also useful for snow days and sick days – you can still come play with us!)

Wondering about online classes with little kids? Check our blog post about that here.

Class times:

  • Classes are now paused for the summer break (as of June 12, 2022)

Recordings:

Registration & Cost:

  • $55 per month
  • Start anytime – continuous registration throughout the year, no need to wait for a term to begin. [details…]

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

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

Useful information for parents: