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The percent of Aber Suzuki Center students who are adult learners.
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The number of students from 30 Wisconsin communities served by Aber Suzuki Center.
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The number of Aber Suzuki Center faculty who hold advanced degrees and have extensive Suzuki training.

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Lessons are available for students age three through adults in violin, viola, cello, bass, harp, guitar, piano, flute, and voice. Call the Suzuki office at 715-346-3033 for more information.

Everyone has talent at UW-Stevens Point's Aber Suzuki Center

The Aber Suzuki Center is the only Suzuki program in the state affiliated with a university. It is one of only 24 programs across the country offering long-term, degree granting training for teachers. It is also one of the most extensive programs in the country for students, offering classes in Suzuki Early Childhood Education, violin, viola, cello, bass, voice, piano, guitar, flute, harp, chamber music and orchestra. 
 

What is Suzuki? 

UW-Stevens Point Suzuki programs teach using the philosophical principles and music education methods developed by Dr. Shinichi Suzuki. We nurture, motivate and inspire students, parents and teachers to incorporate these principles into their lives. At the heart of the Suzuki philosophy is the idea that everyone has talent and can become a successful, sensitive and caring person through the study of music in the Suzuki method. The method treats music education in the same way that people learn to speak their native language; through listening, imitation and repetition in a positive, nurturing learning environment. The emphasis is on musical and personal growth through individual and group instruction which develops technique, musicianship and kind hearts.