Since 1993, Suzuki School, in Aosta, teaches music according to the Suzuki Method. This method, created by the Japanese musician, philosopher, and educator Shinichi Suzuki, argues that imitation is a fundamental strategy to accelerate the processes of acquiring new knowledge, especially in the early stages of life. In SFOM, teachers encourage children to start as early as possible ( at 3 years old, normally), with musical training and ensemble/orchestra classes.
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This is a long term project and experience from the Suzuki SFOM department. Education to music, by learning how to play a musical instrument, starting as early as possible ( at 3 years old, normally), has always been the main goal. Many concerts and events have taken place during the years, and playing in an orchestra has given a strong signal to the students of common design, covering educational purpose under more than music aspects.
Skills to be improved
Scuola di Formazione e Orientamento Musicale – Aosta: Adriano Coluccio, Fulvia Corazza, Sara Mangaretto, Antonello Peretto, Luca Taccardi, Stefania Ugolin.
Description and workplan
A school year- 27 weeks, plus summer camps and/or workshops.
Fondazione “M.I.Viglino per la cultura musicale”.
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