Children the world over learn to speak their native language with ease. Shinichi Suzuki applied the basic principles of language acquisition to the learning of music, and called his method the mother-tongue approach. The ideas of parent responsibility, loving encouragement, constant repetition, listening to recordings, step-by-step mastery, and group learning are some of the defining features of the Suzuki approach.Discovery3 Indian Hill Music School is now offering a Suzuki Program for Violin or Guitar for ages 4+. Learn more about this unique and effective approach from instructor Bethany Stephan.
Meet IHM Piano Department Co-Chair Amy Lee of our summer Chamber Music Intensive, a challenging immersion program for advanced students. What instrument do you teach? I primarily teach piano. I also coach ensembles — piano four-hands, piano-and-string duos and trios. What styles [...]
Percussion Faculty Jesse Stiglich is a favorite of many of our young students. He will lead our new Drum Club class for ages 4 – 5 this spring and teaches private lessons to all ages. "...a foot-stomping, hand-clapping, drum-beating good time!" Drum [...]
Boston contralto Emily Marvosh is a sought-after soloist, and a founding member of the acclaimed Lorelei Ensemble, which promotes new music for women. She has performed at Boston's Symphony Hall, Carnegie Hall, Jordan Hall, Disney Hall, Lincoln Center, Prague’s Smetana Hall, and [...]