Passionate Commitment to Excellence

Kaleidoscopes Method is a unique fusion of 3 of the world's most famous pedagogies,

one of which is The Suzuki Method. One of the principles of Suzuki is that every

child has great ability. Your child’s musical achievement is a direct reflection of

the richness and quality of their musical environment. In other words, everything

you do, combined with other musical and cultural influences, helps your

child to reach their highest ability. 

Some parents may enter lessons thinking, “I will see if my child likes it,” or, “We’ll

give this a try to see if they are really interested.” Young children will perceive

this as a lack of value for musical study and reduce their efforts in this area. In

other words, your saying, “Let’s see how it goes,” becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

On the other hand, when you fully and whole-heartedly embrace your child’s violin experience, your child perceives your dedication and puts forth their best effort. By bringing passion to your role in this endeavor, you will expect nothing less than your own highest-quality attention, organization, and creativity as you nurture their musical study.

When passion and hard work come together, excellent results naturally arise. Years from now, your child will have attained impressive technical and artistic skill. Along with this come other skills which benefit them in every area of life: focused listening, the ability to control their attention, observation of tiny details, patience, perseverance, and the essence of their own humanity. These inner capacities will equip them to excel in disciplines from writing to engineering to medicine.

My request of the parents in my studio is to begin with the intention that your child will love what they do and achieve at the highest levels. This will give your child the greatest sense of fulfillment, accomplishment, and love of music.

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