All children inherently possess innate ability and unlimited learning potential that can be developed to extraordinarily high levels when provided with the right environment.
The Suzuki Method, also known as the "Mother Tongue" approach, fosters ability development in young children through the application of basic principles of language acquisition to the learning of music.
Music educator and string specialist Pauline A. Rowe is committed to her students and their comprehensive musical education. She provides a thorough grounding in all aspects of violin technique, musicianship, and repertoire using the SuzukiMethod of instruction.
All children can be educated because talent is learned, not inborn. Creation of an ideal environment, not genetics, is the key.
Pauline A. Rowe
A life-long performing artist and educator, Ms. Rowe offers inspirational insight from decades of experience teaching music to students of all ages.
The Suzuki Method is based on the concept that learning is the product of one’s environment, and that any skill can be learned when broken down in to small manageable steps. The primary goal is to train children in their total human development, not soley in musical ability.
Ms. Rowe is currently accepting students, welcoming children of all ages and skill levels.
Lessons are taught in Braintree and Hull, Massachusetts. She also teaches after school in Easton.