Montana Suzuki Institute
We provide an intimate 5 day violin and cello institute for pre-twinkle to advanced (book 7 and above) students, and teacher development courses. Optional enrichment courses including music theory, repertoire, fiddle, and African drumming are also offered. Our Suzuki faculty is comprised of experienced master teachers from across the country. Classes are held at the University of Montana Music Building which offers spacious classrooms and a beautiful music recital hall. Affordable and convenient housing and meal plans are available on campus. Enjoy exploring beautiful Missoula and the surrounding area with opportunities for hiking, biking, rafting, visiting Splash water-park, and much more!
For Teachers Instructor Audition
- Jul 8, 2017 Every Child Can! Spring -
- Jul 8 – 15, 2017 Violin Unit 1 Spring May 13
- Jul 9 – 14, 2017 Violin Unit 3 Titterington -
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- Registration $75
Early-Bird Registration (received by April 15, 2017) $25
- Pre-Twinkle $300
- Book 1-3 $390
- Book 4-6 $460
- Advanced Violin Bk 7 & up $560
The above tuition fees will increase by $25 after May 15, 2017
- Enrichment courses (orchestra, fiddling, improvisation, Orff, African drumming, art,) $50
Art supply fee:$10
- Non-Suzuki sibling registration $25
- Registration $75
Early-Bird Registration (received by April 1, 2017) $25
- violin—unit 1 $580.00
- Violin—Unit 3 $395.00
The above tuition fee will increase by $25 after May 15, 2017.
Contact the director for information on college credit through the University of Montana for ECC, violin—unit 1 & 3.
Housing & Meals
Housing in the University dorm:
July 9—14, 2017.
- Single room $285.00 per person/ per week
- Double room $210.00 2 persons/per week
Extra nights available for workshop participants on a per diem basis.
Meals are in the University food service, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF LUNCH & DINNER ON WED., JULY 12
- Beginning with dinner July 9—ending with dinner July 14: (adult) $140/person
Lunch only—July 10, 11 ,13, 14: $40/person
River tubing, mountain bicycling, hiking, water park, shopping & river rafting are some of the opportunities available for all ages. There are no institute classes held on Wednesday afternoon so that families can explore the area. The climate is usually hot and dry at this time of year.
Information about white-water rafting trips will be available at registration.
Visit our website for complete information and registration material. www.mtsuzukistrings.org
Registration is held in the Music Building on the University of Montana campus between 1:00 & 2:00 pm Sunday, July 9. Classes will begin at 2:00 p.m.Sunday and continue until 5:00 pm. The opening play-in will begin at 6:45 p.m. in the same building.
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.