Irmi's Recorder Studio

Suzuki Method TM Recorder School
registered with the Suzuki Association of the Americas

Private and Group lessons

Weekly Lessons or by Appointment

Before- or After-School Classes

Pre-Instrumental Classes for Ages 3-5

Beginner Groups for Ages 5 and up

Adult Lessons: no previous musical training neccessary

Workshops and In-Services

Recorder Demonstrations for Classrooms

Recorder Presentations

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Irmi Miller

Learn to Play the Recorder with the Suzuki Method TM

Welcome to Suzuki Recorder at Irmi's Recorder Studio

Students of all ages are taught in individual and group lessons to play with a beautiful tone.

Simple tunes, some Suzuki Violin and Suzuki Piano favorites, international folk tunes and well-known pieces of baroque music build the carefully selected Suzuki Recorder repertoire.

Children and adults enjoy listening and playing the beautiful melodies. Young students are taught in a playful and imaginative way. Adult students use the same repertoire as the youngest students.

Weekly group lessons are taught as an integral part of the Suzuki method. Playing music and games builds confidence and musicality.

Throughout the year are many opportunities to perform from the Suzuki repertoire. At the end of each semester is a recital that ends with a party, a fun time for students and their families to celebrate everyone’s accomplishments.

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