American Suzuki Institute

American Suzuki InstituteAmerican Suzuki Institute
Stevens Point, WI
www.uwsp.edu/suzuki/asi

Modeled after Dr. Suzuki’s summer school, the American Suzuki Institute (ASI) was the first  Suzuki Institute held outside of Japan. It became the prototype for Institutes nationwide.  Since its inception in 1971, over 100,000 students and their families have come to Central Wisconsin from all over the world for summer study.

ASI is an inspirational and immersive experience for students and teacher trainees alike. All student classes will be offered in-person, and training courses will be offered both in-person and online. Please check our website for details on specific courses.

Electives for 2022 include: Fiddling for Violinists, Violists and Cellists, Yoga, Taekwondo, “Japanese Journey,” and “Artist’s Imagination.”

ASI is well-known as a teacher training center. In 2022, we will offer ECC, Violin Units 1-8, and Violin Practicum. We also will offer Piano Unit 3, Cello Unit 2, SECE Stages 1 & 2, and Bass Unit 6. Scholarships available for training.

ASI 2-week Advanced Chamber Music returns!. July 17-30 See our website for details (opening in February): www.uwsp.edu/suzuki/asi

 

No upcoming events. Please check back later for future events.

 

Scholarships

Financial Aid for Students

For Students, Amount: TBD, Application due: May 1
See www.uwsp.edu/suzuki/asi after February 8, 2022 for details and to print an application.

Financial Aid for Teachers

For Teachers, Amount: TBD, Application due: May 1
See www.uwsp.edu/suzuki/asi after February 8, 2022 for details and application.

Address

1800 Portage St
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Stevens Point WI 54481
USA

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More Info & Contacts

Website:
www.uwsp.edu/suzuki/asi

Ann Marie Novak, Director, Director of Suzuki Programs at UWSP

Phone: 715-346-4889
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Chandra Page, Suzuki Program Assistant

Phone: 715-346-3033
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Mary Moran, Strings Coordinator

Phone: 715-346-3033
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