Colorado Suzuki Institute
Beaver Creek, CO
The Colorado Suzuki Institute provides exceptional music instruction that is well rounded and motivating from the finest Suzuki teachers. Our participants come from 50 US states and 12 countries. Bring the whole family to Beaver Creek to enjoy an affordable family vacation in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of central Colorado.
Attend and experience these benefits:
Study with master Suzuki teachers from around the world
Choose enrichment classes that nurture well rounded musicians
Perform in a world –class concert hall
Connect to the international Suzuki community
Teacher Development courses offered for violin, bass, piano, flute, guitar
Enjoy discounted family vacation 90 miles west of Denver
Return home motivated to practice!
The Colorado Suzuki institute runs concurrently with the Chamber Music of the Rockies Workshop for advanced string students and adult amateurs.
Colorado Suzuki Institute enrichment classes are included with the core Suzuki curriculum. These classes are also open to siblings and include bass, experienced bass, chamber music ensembles, composition, experienced composition, fiddling, Irish cello, Irish Ensemble, pennywhistle, piano accompanying, piano styles, recording/podcasting, singing, tuning, and viola for violinists.
Parent and Teacher discussions hourly at no additional cost—topics include: “Beat the Practice Blues”, “Enjoying the Teenage Years”, “I want to Quit”, “Competition” , ‘Business of Music for Teachers”, and others.
No upcoming events. Please check back later for future events.
Financial Aid for Students
For Students, Amount: up to $500, Application due: February 15
The Colorado Suzuki Institute is proud to offer partial work/study scholarships to both students and teachers in support of tuition costs only. See www.coloradosuzuki.org under 'Student Program Info' then 'Support' for details and applications.
Financial Aid for Teachers
For Teachers, Amount: up to $500, Application due: February 15
The Colorado Suzuki Institute is proud to offer partial work/study scholarships to both students and teachers in support of tuition costs only. See www.coloradosuzuki.org under 'Teacher Workshop Info' then 'Support' for details and applications.
The SAA does not run the workshops and summer institutes; it approves separate businesses to run them. For specific information on schedules, enrollment, pricing, housing, etc. please contact sponsoring organizations directly with inquiries. To get your event listed here, please see the Event Listing Guide.