Institut Suzuki Montréal

Institut Suzuki Montréal
Montréal, QC
www.suzukimontreal.org

Cancelled for 2020. Returning in 2021.

North America’s only bilingual Institute! Experience francophone culture In one of Canada’s most vibrant cities. Come early or stay longer to visit Montreal!

Main Week (includes Mini-Institute and Suzuki Early Child Education):
An opportunity to be immersed in a nurturing and musical environment. Depending on age and level, participants in ISM’s Main Week will participate in classes that offer individual instruction, group lessons, Dalcroze, enrichment, fiddling, piano duets, junior chamber music, orchestra, choir, parent activities, daily student recitals and much more.

Senior Chamber Music Program:
Gives the more advanced participants an opportunity to focus on chamber music. Intensive 7 day program includes individual instruction, chamber music coaching, string orchestra or improvisation class for pianists, student recitals, individual and ensemble practice sessions. The ensembles in this program are featured in a special concert. Intended for teens, mature advanced students are sometimes accepted. Audition required. See website for details.

Teacher Development Courses are offered by leading Suzuki Teacher Trainers, according to the requirements established by the SAA. New! ISM is piloting the new SAA “Teaching Strategies for Piano” course. See website for details. All Teacher Development Courses are offered in English.

 

July 2021

For Students

 

Pricing

Student Fees

Please see website.

Teacher Fees

Please see website.

Housing & Meals

Residence just across the street from Institute site. Very affordable. Private bathroom and refrigerator in each room. Common cooking facilities. Bring your own utensils and cookware. Pillow, bedding and towels are not included. Bring your own. (A limited number of pillows, bed linen and towels will be available for people coming from out of town. Please reserve in advance.) Please see website for more information.

Recreation

Experience francophone culture in one of North America’s oldest cities. Montréal is known for its cuisine, cosmopolitan flair, summer festivals, and joie de vivre. Montréal tourist information: www.tourism-montreal.org .


The SAA sets guidelines for Suzuki institutes, festivals and teacher workshops and sanctions separate organizations to manage such events. For specific information on schedules, enrollment, pricing, housing, etc. please contact sponsoring organizations directly. Please see the Event Listing Guide regarding the posting of events.