Lessons are based on the concept of teaching music as one would teach language. Babies are first introduced to language by hearing parents speak. They then begin to babble and eventually to speak themselves. We later send them to school to learn written language, after they can speak fluently. Thus, the Suzuki Method teaches children how to play first after hearing what the music should sound like, and teaching them to read music later.
Learn about how the mother-tongue approach begins early here.
Learn the importance of listening to the music we are about to learn to play here.
Learn why Suzuki students do not learn to read music right away here.