University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point
Stevens Point, WI

Violin Units Books 1-8 and Voice Units 1-5 are offered in-person and online.

A new online graduate program will include some training at the American Suzuki Institute. The graduate program is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2022.

Teaching opportunities in Aber Suzuki Center: practicing assistants the first year, students teaching the second year.

Graduate program applicants must have either an undergraduate degree in music education with teacher certification and a Suzuki-related performance area; OR admission by faculty evaluation based on performance, music courses taken toward a related undergraduate degree and significant involvement in Suzuki teaching. Applicants may be required to take additional courses.


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1800 Portage St.
Stevens Point WI 54481

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Ann Marie Novak, Director of Suzuki Programs

Phone: 715-572-1935
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Holly Osterbrink, Admin Assistant

Phone: (715) 346-0123
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