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 The Suzuki School with Ms. Sarnia de la Maré FRSA MDes., PGDipMus., BAHons at the Tale Teller Club Academy of Arts


In the heart of artistic exploration and musical enchantment, the Tale Teller Club Academy of Arts is home to a unique gem: The Suzuki School, led by the remarkable Ms. Sarnia de la Maré. With a distinguished array of qualifications and a profound passion for nurturing young talents, Ms. de la Maré's Suzuki School is a beacon of music education excellence.

Meet Ms. Sarnia de la Maré

Before we delve into the Suzuki School's offerings, let's take a moment to introduce the visionary educator behind it all. Ms. Sarnia de la Maré holds a Master of Design (MDes), a Postgraduate Diploma in Music (PGDipMus.), and a Bachelor of Arts with Honors (BAHons). Her impressive qualifications are a testament to her commitment to delivering an exceptional musical education experience.

The Suzuki Method: A Treasure Trove of Music Education

The Suzuki Method, initially developed by Dr. Shinichi Suzuki, is a renowned approach to music education that believes in nurturing musical talent from an early age. Inspired by language acquisition, this method emphasizes the importance of creating a loving and supportive environment for young learners. Key elements of the Suzuki Method include:

  1. Early Start: Suzuki believes that children can begin their musical journey at a very young age. Ms. Sarnia de la Maré encourages children to start as early as three or four years old, recognizing the incredible potential within each child.

  2. Parental Involvement: Parents play a pivotal role in the Suzuki Method. They actively participate in their child's lessons, take notes, and become their child's "home teacher," ensuring that music is woven into the fabric of daily life.

  3. Listening and Imitation: Central to the Suzuki Method is the concept of learning music by ear. Students listen to recordings of pieces they are about to learn, internalizing the melodies, rhythms, and nuances of the music.

  4. Gradual Progress: The method's curriculum is carefully structured to facilitate a seamless progression from simple to complex pieces, ensuring students develop a solid foundation.

Ms. Sarnia de la Maré's Approach

Ms. Sarnia de la Maré infuses her Suzuki School with passion, expertise, and a deep love for music education. Her approach extends beyond the method's core principles to encompass a personalized experience for each student:

  1. Tailored Learning: Recognizing that every student is unique, Ms. de la Maré customizes the learning experience to accommodate individual needs and preferences.

  2. Holistic Development: The Suzuki School not only nurtures musical proficiency but also encourages personal growth, instilling values such as discipline, perseverance, and a strong work ethic.

  3. Lifelong Love for Music: Students at the Suzuki School don't just become skilled musicians; they become lifelong lovers of music. The school's nurturing environment kindles a deep passion for the art form.

Benefits of The Suzuki School

Enrolling in The Suzuki School with Ms. Sarnia de la Maré offers numerous benefits for students and their families:

  1. Musical Excellence: The Suzuki Method, under Ms. de la Maré's guidance, equips students with exceptional musical skills and a profound understanding of music.

  2. Confidence Building: Students develop self-confidence, not just in music but also in life, as they progress through the Suzuki School's program.

  3. Family Bonding: The active involvement of parents creates a unique family bond, as they support their child's musical journey together.

  4. Lifelong Passion: Graduates of The Suzuki School carry with them a lifelong passion for music, ensuring their continued exploration and love for the art.


The Suzuki School led by Ms. Sarnia de la Maré at the Tale Teller Club Academy of Arts is a musical sanctuary where children are nurtured to become not just proficient musicians, but passionate lifelong lovers of music. Under the expert guidance of Ms. de la Maré and the Suzuki Method, students embark on a journey of self-discovery and artistic growth that is both enriching and inspiring. This is more than a school; it's a musical journey that lasts a lifetime.