Classes and observations are offered in the earlier part of the day (see below), but there are many other enriching events in the latter part of each day as well. Whether online or in-person, we hope you will immerse yourself in the “total ASI experience.” While individual schedules will not be ready until 2 weeks prior to the Institute, we are offering the general schedule below to help you plan your week(s).
A meeting for all Teacher Workshop Participants on Sunday evening (prior to the course week) is required.
8:00 am-11:00 am – pedagogy and/or observations11:05 am – teacher/parent lectures1:00 pm-4:00 pm – pedagogy and/or observationsPlease note that enrichment course hours are set to allow for participating in Unit courses during the same week.4:00 pm recitals (Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday)Evenings include guest artists, faculty concerts, talent shows, chamber concerts, etc.
Enrichment courses are scheduled around the regular class day, so that it is possible to participate in both an enrichment course and a unit course. The enrichment schedule is as follows: Saturday and Sunday, 1-4 pm and M-Th 5-6 pm.
Enrichment courses are offered to expand a teacher’s horizons into different areas in music education.
The Suzuki Association of Wisconsin holds its annual meeting at ASI. If you are an SAW member and interested in attending and taking in some of the sights and sounds of ASI, please complete the form below.
The American Suzuki Foundation (ASF) is located in Stevens Point. It provides scholarship and support for both the Aber Suzuki Center and the American Suzuki Institute. The generosity of the ASF has helped hundreds of families and teachers to pursue their dreams of musical excellence, whether in the home or in the studio.
Special American Suzuki Foundation Rebate! The American Suzuki Foundation is offering five $500 rebates for in-person training to offset the cost of room and board at ASI 2024. Contact the ASI office at email@example.com by May 1. Please include the following information in your email: