CHERRY NOTES MUSIC
SUZUKI LEARNING METHOD
ABOUT CHERRY GINEVER
"My name is Cherry Ginever - musician and piano teacher. Music is in my blood."
"I absolutely adore teaching small children from as young as 3.5 years by the Suzuki (mother tongue) Method of piano playing. Older children and adults use the traditonal method to learn."
Cherry started playing as a toddler when her nana sat her on her lap to play the Broadway Grand Piano.
"I started teaching at 18 years and have been teaching for over 26 years adding the necessary qualifications to do so."
"I love teaching so much that I do it as a full time job starting my early career at St Peters School, Cambridge and Melville High School, Hamilton - both in New Zealand."
Cherry supports her teaching with Trinity Certification, Suzuki Certification and New Zealand Registration as a teacher. (see below)
"I run student concerts, hire venues and conduct piano prize givings. On occaison I get pupils of the same age group together for group play and group fun."
"Music making and piano teaching is so much fun – it doesn’t feel like work at all" says Cherry.
CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Institute of Registered Music teachers of NZ and the NZ Suzuki Institute.
FREE Piano Lesson
"I am rewarding you for reading this far."
Enjoy a FREE LESSON valued at $34.50 Phone Cherry on 027 2420 789 to book.
Or you can click the button and complete the online booking form.
Games are utilized to teach young children to play the piano beautifully.
Mother Tongue Method - learning to play in the same way as a child learns to speak. Lots of fun because children enjoy games. Great for ages 3.5 years - 8 years of age. And it is a Fun, Easy and Friendly learning method.
THIS IS ESPECIALLY GOOD
FOR VERY YOUNG CHILDREN AND
FIRST TIME LEARNERS OF ANY AGE
CONCERT PARTIES ARE HELD ANNUALLY
TRINITY COLLEGE OF LONDON
Music examinations are a method of formally assesing the accomplishments of pupils learning musical instruments. Music exams are graded from Initial to Grade 8.
Trinity College London was the first organisation to offer examinations in music to external students in 1877.
As of 2012, Trinity College London conducts around 600,000 assessments worldwide per year, as does the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.
Other reputable music examination boards offering examinations on musical instruments and music theory include the New Zealand Music Examinations Board (www.nzmeb.org) and The Associated Board of the Royal Schools' of Music.