Tutti Music Studio is a Suzuki method-inspired music education center providing piano, cello, violin and viola classes to children with or without prior instrument knowledge. Their “Student First” philosophy is designed to unleash everyone’s musical potential!
Why not book a trial class and find out more about their unique approach to learning a musical instrument?
Tutti Music Studio strives to bring music to all children by using Dr. Shinichi Suzuki’s loving and nurturing approach to music education while also providing music theory, ear training and sight-reading training.
Their lessons are tailored to fit each student’s unique learning style. Our unique collaborative approach encourages students, parents, and instructors to work hand-in-hand to create musical goals and develop a customized plan to reach and, in most cases, soar above those goals. Through this process, our students will gain a profound sense of confidence, patience, and a passion for the creative journey.
The Suzuki method prioritizes regular listening to recordings of the pieces being learned, enabling students to develop aural skills and musical memory. Repetition plays a key role in mastering techniques, while our positive learning environment fosters discipline, focus, and perseverance. Additionally, Suzuki students are provided with opportunities to play in groups and ensembles, helping them develop collaboration and musicality.
This comprehensive approach offers a diverse repertoire, teaching students music from various genres and styles. Beyond the realm of music, it nurtures life skills such as concentration, patience, and self-confidence, empowering students to thrive in all aspects of their lives.
At Tutti Music Studio, we also encourage students to play for an audience to showcase their immense talent, passion, and dedication. Their highly anticipated Tutti music concerts take place at the Hong Kong City Hall at the end of every term. Through regular public performances, students gain invaluable experience while also developing confidence as accomplished performers.
This emphasis on stage presence and communication skills ensures that our students can engage with their audience effectively, creating a more enjoyable and interactive experience for listeners.
The Suzuki method, developed by Shinichi Suzuki, is a highly regarded approach to learning musical instruments. It starts young children as early as three years, emphasizing parental involvement in the learning process.
The Tutti Music Studio welcomes adults and kids to their classes!
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