Regional Associations

The International Suzuki Association

International Suzuki Association

The International Suzuki Association (ISA) was officially established in 1983 at the Sixth International Conference held in Matsumoto, Japan. Dr. Suzuki had long wished to set up an international organization to unite all teachers and parents interested in the Suzuki Method, and the formation of the ISA was a result of this intention.

Since its beginning, the ISA has been dedicated to the development and promotion of the Suzuki Method internationally. Its primary purpose is to serve as an information and coordination center, and to formulate and maintain high standards of educational instruction in the Suzuki Method.

With its five regional associations, the ISA shares the goal of furthering the philosophical and educational ideals of Shinichi Suzuki. The regional associations represent various geographic areas of the world: the Australian National Council of Suzuki Talent Education Association, the Suzuki Association of the Americas, the European Suzuki Association, the Asia Suzuki Association, and the Talent Education Research Institute.

The ISA can be contacted at:

International Suzuki Association
c/o Allen Lieb , CEO
PO Box 21065
New York, New York 10023
United States

Phone: 212-262-5005
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Membership in the ISA is determined by agreement with each individual region. (SAA members are automatically affiliated with the ISA, and individual membership is not required.)

Regional associations are dedicated to meeting the needs of those in their areas who are interested in Suzuki’s approach to music and other early education. They serve teachers, parents, students, and others in many ways, including disseminating information about the Suzuki Method, coordinating teacher training programs, conferences and student activities, and providing resource materials.

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