Openings available for new students.
Join us and learn to play the flute or the recorder in the most easy, fun, and natural way!
All ages, all levels, all successful!
TUITION FROZEN AT 2020-21 RATE – NO INCREASES.
What we do in the ESFRS program:
- Play flute and recorder.
- Learn by ear AND read music.
- Do classical training to be free to play in ALL styles.
- Do individual AND group lessons – ensembles at all levels.
- Perform – many opportunities throughout the year.
- Start as young as 3 years old – but all ages and levels of experience are welcome!
- Involve the entire family in the music experience.
The Edmonton Suzuki Flute & Recorder program has been operated by a non-profit society since 2007. Read more …
This year we are doing a fascinating experiment – since there are public health restrictions in place on public gatherings due to the current pandemic, we are moving our recital on line!
We will host the recital as a Zoom meeting.
Disadvantages: no piano accompaniment, sound is not the same as live
Advantages: we can invite all our our of town friends and relatives who would otherwise not be able to attend!
Our group program had due be cancelled due to public health restrictions in place on public gatherings due to the current pandemic. Luckily our season was almost over when this situation came up – we only had 3 classes left.
We will be experimenting with online group projects in a variety of formats for our summer workshop week, and hope to return to regular classes at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church as soon as it is safe to do so.
First Suzuki Convention in Cancun, Mexico:
Bach in the Subways:
Celebrate the Season at the Alberta Legislature
Fall Groups Concert:
Summer Institute :
10th Anniversary celebration:
- Special concerts and other events celebrating our 10th year as a non-profit society.
What do we do?
Our program of instruction follows the Suzuki approach for flute and recorder. This method emphasizes starting young, having parents learn along with their children, developing the ear, and ensemble playing, in addition to having individual lessons. Read more…
You can start immediately! Beginners join our group classes on Thursday evenings as soon as you register. While you are having fun learning with the group, you can observe a number of individual lessons, meet the teachers, choose your instrument and schedule your personal lesson time. We take beginners year-round, you don’t have to wait until September.