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If my child hasn't learned Suzuki, can they still come? 

Yes! While we use the Suzuki books as our primary resource for music and the teaching methods strongly reflect those of this form of study, we highly encourage students at every level to come. We can help you find the best level.

Our program is oriented to developing the full musician, which includes both solo and ensemble experience.

Can we do only the workshop?

Yes, many out of town students participate in the regional workshop.  Entry form is at the bottom of workshop posts.

What is the cost of the group classes?

  • $80 for one student   
  • $10 for each additional student in the family
The group class fee for Suzuki Strings is due at the beginning of each semester.

Who do I make my check out to? 

Please make checks payable to Suzuki Strings.

Payment can also be made through PayPal.  A link will be available on our blog site.

***Suzuki Association of Utah (SAU) members have a $10 discount off the group fee.***

What is SAU?

Suzuki Association of Utah which also sponsors annual graduation recitals, workshops, and other events.

How do I join SAU?

If you would like to join SAU, please contact your teacher or Amy Gold before Sept. 25.  It’s $30 per family and gives discounts to state activities plus a parent newsletter.

 Should my student participate in school orchestra as well as Suzuki ensembles?

Absolutely.  We work to support our school and community orchestras.  The more experience the better for the students.

Where can I get more information?


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Regional Workshop November 1 & 2, 2019

We are thrilled to announce our annual workshop!  This year we have clinicians from around Utah.  Please join us for this wonderful musical opportunity!  Workshop is included for group class participants. There is a workshop only option (click below).  Teachers are welcome at no cost.  Workshop registration is online:

Workshop Only Registration

The workshop begins on Friday (11/1) at the Heritage Theater in Cedar City.  Hours are: Friday 3:30 to 7:00 pm.  Saturday 9 am to 2:00 pm with a 5:00 concert (Call time is 4:30).  Lunch is provided for all participants on Saturday.   (The Storybook Parade is at 2:00 on Saturday afternoon.)  

Payments are accepted under the "Payments" tab on the blog site through PayPal.  You can also send a check written to "Suzuki Strings"  c/o Amy Gold, 12 N. Cove Drive, Cedar City, UT  84720.  

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Workshop Schedule For Nov. 2 and 3, 2018

Friday, Nov. 2 Regional Suzuki Strings Workshop & Concert Heritage Center/Festival Hall Conference Center Room 7, enter by office on southwest corner of building and go upstairs or from 2nd floor of parking garage by Festival Hall sign Arrive at least 10 minutes before class to be ready, sit quietly and listen when it’s a piece you do not know yet. Conference Center Room 2 enter by office on southwest corner of building and go upstairs or from 2nd floor of parking garage by Festival Hall sign 3 p.m.
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Merry Christmas from Suzuki Strings Cedar City

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Frontier Homestead program on Nov. 5, 2018.  We appreciate the students, teachers, pianists and families involved.  Thanks to the staff at Frontier Homestead for providing this opportunity to share our music.  Videos and photos by Heather Wilhelm, teachers and parents. If you have one you want to share please send to

Best wishes for a wonderful Christmas

Video links of the performances:

Blue Bells

My Dreydal

Frosty the Snowman

Here We Come a Caroling featuring the cellists

First Noel

O Come Little Children

Jingle Bells

Silent Night

We Wish You a Merry Christmas

Thanks to Heather Wilhelm and Samantha Herring for the Christmas group class downstairs