The Suzuki Method is based on the philosophy that music may be learned by young students in much the same way language is. Just as infants learn to speak by hearing and imitating their parents, young children learn music by being immersed in sounds and songs
The Suzuki Method is based on the philosophy that music may be learned by young students in much the same way language is. Just as infants learn to speak by hearing and imitating their parents, young children learn music by being immersed in sounds and songs. Through listening, imitation, and repetition, music is taught and absorbed as a language.
Brookline Music School, a private, nonprofit community school for the arts, is the oldest and largest cultural institution in Brookline. Founded in 1924 by the Public Schools of Brookline, the School became a private organization in the 1940s and was incorporated as a private, nonprofit school in 1967.
In 1994, following a successful capital campaign, the School moved into its permanent home in the Hill-Kennard-Ogden House. Brookline Music School constitutes a unique model of cooperation between public and private sectors.
Its original purpose was to enhance the Public Schools of Brookline orchestras by providing music lessons to the children of Brookline after hours on school premises.
Brookline Music School’s mission is to awaken and nurture the joy of learning, playing, and listening to music and to create a welcoming musical community for all ages, abilities, and interests.
Flute Lessons are offered by Desert Ridge Music Academy. We emphasize the importance of reading music. Most students will learn the fundamentals of reading and understanding the language of music. At the same time, students will have fun learning music they know and love.
Flute Lessons are offered by Vivaldi Music Academy
Flute Lessons are offered by New York Conservatory of Music. You may begin your lessons at the New York Conservatory of Music whenever you wish.
The flute is one of the oldest instruments in existence and has a been discovered by archaeologists around the world
We recommend that most flute students begin lessons at 7 or 8 and older. A major factor in playing the flute is determining whether a child has both the lung capacity and also the finger size to play its many keys