We are delighted to welcome you to Japan-Seattle Suzuki Institute August 5-9, 2024,
as we continue our 30+ year tradition of supporting Dr. Suzuki’s dream of peace through music! 

Our student program allows young musicians and their parents to learn from master-level Suzuki instructors,
including Alice Ann O’Neill, Allen Lieb, Amy Barston, Anna Doak, Blake Brasch, Bruce Walker, Carrie Salisbury, Cathryn Lee, Daniel Gee Cordova, Edmund Sprunger, Elisa Barston, Reagan Brasch, Sandra Payton, Tracy Helming Wiggin, and many more! 

Our teacher program supports continuous growth and life-long learning, through short-term Suzuki training and observations. 

 This summer, be inspired, be engaged, be heard! 

This season at JSSI...

…students of all levels through high school will receive individualized training and performance opportunities, while parents attend alongside them for maximum progress and value.

These 5 days will set the stage for new levels of success as students…

• Connect with top-tier faculty

• Improve technique and develop artistry

• Eliminate practice barriers with increased motivation & effectiveness

• Perform in a collaborative and supportive environment 

• Make new friends who share a love for music

And have fun!

Want to boost your child’s interest in practicing their instrument?
Ready to learn more about your role as parent in the Suzuki triangle?
Interested in beginning or continuing your journey as a Suzuki teacher? 

Ignite your child’s love of music this summer and set the stage for new levels of success!

 In celebration of Dr. Suzuki’s Legacy,
the Japan-Seattle Suzuki Institute 2024 Summer Program includes:

 Courses and Performances

  • Pretwinkle + Book 1-8 and beyond on bass, cello, viola, and violin
  • Masterclass/lesson, technique, repertoire, orchestra or Dalcroze classes, plus an enrichment course for students in the regular Suzuki program
  • Young Artist Program with Juilliard’s Amy Sue Barston on cello, Seattle Symphony’s Elisa Barston on violin, Dr. Kara Eubanks on violin, and violist and movement specialist, Kayleigh Miller
  • Honors Recitals, with performers pre-selected by video audition
  • Informal Recitals, available to all students who sign up
  • Orchestra Concert
  • Chamber Music Performance 

Featured Artist Performances by Amy Sue Barston, Cellist, and Elisa Barston, Violinist

Plus Opening Social, Parent Talks, a Teen Social, and more!

Keep the joy of music and drive for improvement alive this summer! Join us in person as we gather our community from across the continent and the globe! 

Join us Aug 5-9, 2024.

2024 Teacher Workshops


Double Bass Unit 2 with Anna Doak

Cello Unit 3 with Dr. Alice Ann O’Neill

Violin and Viola: Teaching Musicality through the Fundamentals of Technique
with Allen Lieb

Violin Practicum with Edmund Sprunger

Violin Unit 3 with Tracy Helming Wiggin

Violin Unit 4 with Daniel Gee Cordova


Continue to develop your teaching skills by enrolling in one of our teacher workshops!

Register now!