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COVID Protocols Have Changed

COVID has diminished, but it is not gone. Please be considerate of each other and protect yourself.

Please note that wearing a mask while at ASC will become optional as of April 14.

Please exercise your best judgment about wearing a mask and attending in-person lessons

While at ASC, we recommend that you:

  • Use hand sanitizer and/or wash hands thoroughly
  • If you have been ill or tested positive for COVID in the last 7 days prior to your lesson, please remain at home and enjoy a Zoom lesson. Please notify the office and your teacher if you have COVID and may have exposed someone at ASC to the virus.
  • Masks will continue to be available at the Center if you happen to forget yours. 
  • Please be respectful of your teachers, who are in the confined space of their studios all day - if you are ill, please stay at home. Faculty also are asked to remain home if they are ill.

Zoom lessons will remain an option indefinitely. Please consult with your teacher for the best modality for you.

These policies will be updated as the situation changes.


The Aber Suzuki Center is the only Suzuki program in the state, and one of the few in the nation, affiliated with a university. It is one of only 24 programs across the country that offers 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, music theory, and orchestra.

Did you know?

  • All ASC faculty members hold advanced degrees in their instrument areas and have extensive Suzuki registered training
  • ASC serves over 230 students, from birth through adulthood, from 30 different central Wisconsin communities and beyond
  • ASC is housed in state-of-the-art facilities at UWSP, as well as offering lessons in other central Wisconsin towns
  • About 10% of ASC's students are adult learners


Aber Suzuki Center students faculty will take part in Make Music Day. Join us for 30 minutes of fun and music-making 5:30 pm on June 21! Hang our for CWYSOP and CWSO performances for even more fun!

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