7. Playing in Public

Not only do the children become used to playing in public by having their individual lessons observed, they also are given the opportunity to play in concerts organised by their teacher or, on a larger scale, at one of the regional or national concerts organised by their regional group or the national organisation, the British Suzuki Institute who organise concerts every 2 years in such prestigious concert halls such as The Royal Festival Hall and Symphony Hall in Birmingham.

The Suzuki student’s music is not, therefore, of restrictive benefit to them. In overcoming any fear of performance, the Suzuki student can use their ability to enrich the lives of others.

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