Chicago Suzuki Institute

2019 Chicago Suzuki Institute Dates
June 29 - July 7

 

2019 Registration is NOW OPEN!

 

Still Very limited spaces for Student Book 1 Piano as of 5/21/19.

All other Student program Piano Books, as well as Chamber & Advanced youth programs for Pianists “At Capacity” as of 5/21/19.

 

 

All three youth programs are “At Capacity” for Cellists as of 5/21/19.

 

 

All three youth programs are “At Capacity” for Violinists as of 5/22/19.

 

 

FYI: Housing in Trinity Hall is "At Capacity" as of 6/4/19.


 

Student Institute:  June 30 - July 5

Chamber Music Program:  June 29 - July 5

Advanced Program:  June 29 - July 5

Short-Term Teacher Training Courses: June 29 - July 7

 
Trinity International University

2065 Half Day Road | Deerfield, IL  60015

 

Administrative Director:  Blake Brasch


Contact us:
csi@musicinst.org
Phone: 847.905.1500, ext. 174 | Fax:  847.446.3876


The Chicago Suzuki Institute is a concentrated week of master classes, group instruction, short-term teacher training courses, concerts, and musical enrichment for Suzuki violin, viola, cello, and piano students, parents, and teachers. 


CSI provides an opportunity for children and their parents to study music in the safe and compact setting of Trinity University in north-suburban Deerfield, Illinois. While studying the Suzuki repertoire, students experience dramatic musical growth through the stimulating teaching of our excellent faculty, the motivating presence of their peers and the nurturing support of their parents. Students receive a combination of classes providing individual attention and group participation as well as many exciting evening programs featuring our faculty, advanced program participants and guest artists. The inspiration of the week invigorates the musical studies of the children throughout the year.

 

The Chicago Suzuki Institute is also a "laboratory" for the study of the teaching methods of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki.  Prospective teachers as well as experienced teachers will find opportunities to develop and refine the art and craft of teaching through short-term courses approved by the Suzuki Association of the Amercas taught by internationally acclaimed educators.

Teacher Spotlight on Jeremiah Benham, guitar
Teacher Spotlight on Jeremiah Benham, guitar

What led you to become a Suzuki teacher? "I felt that learning and teaching are very similar processes......"