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Group Classes

One of the greatest advantages of the Suzuki method of learning is the opportunity for students to learn and grow together through group classes. When children meet regularly to play the same music, they are motivated and inspired by one another. Group class is fun – just ask our students!

How group classes work:

At the beginning of the year, students are organized into classes according to their level of play. Together they work on pieces for upcoming concerts and events; they work in tandem with the material covered by private teachers.

  • Violin group classes are held weekly Thursday evening or Saturday morning at QEPCCC
  • Cello group classes are held weekly on Thursday evening at QEPCCC
  • Flute group classes are held regularly throughout the year, for beginner players to advanced
  • Piano, viola, double bass and guitar arrange group play when possible, but do not have regular group classes

What some of our students are saying:

"I like group class because the teachers make it fun." – Emily, 12

“I like that you get to play with your friends.” – Stephie, 12

Did You Know?

At the Oakville Suzuki Association, the following instruments require registration in both private and group classes: violin, cello, flute.