Piano Lessons in Caulfield (Suzuki Method)
Madeline Bryner studied Suzuki piano under the guidance of Nehama Patkin and has completed her Associate Diploma in Music (AmusA) from AMEB. At the age of 14, she travelled to Spain with Patkin to perform in the Palau de la Música in Barcelona. More recently she has accompanied Vox Synergy choir for two years as a part of Melbourne Youth Music, where she worked under the wings of Kate Sadler, Cameron Menzies and Rebecca Lang.
Madeline is a passionate and well-rounded musician who also plays violin and composes music for all instruments. She is a skilled improviser who loves to improvise on popular songs and classical pieces.
Madeline has also completed a Masters of Primary Teaching at The University of Melbourne. She has taught at Sholem Aleichem College and Bialik College, where she focussed on teaching languages with a mix of traditional methods and by incorporating music into the classroom.
She now teaches the Suzuki method to piano students. The Suzuki method is associated with the Mother-Tongue Approach, in that every child effectively learns his mother tongue, through encouragement and love from the family. Along with care and growing up in a nurturing environment, every child has the ability and aptitude to learn an instrument.
Madeline teaches at her home studio in Caulfield.
She teaches on a Kawai Grand Piano.
Madeline specialises in piano lessons for children and teaches the Suzuki Method. Parents are required to attend all lessons and to actively support their child in practicing at home.
If you are an adult seeking piano lessons in Caulfield, or prefer a traditional approach, our teacher Frances Traynes is also available in the area.
For more information, contact us at (03) 9010 5678
Piano lesson fees: $45 per 30 minute lesson
Masters of Primary Teaching (The University of Melbourne)
Associate of Music Diploma (AMusA) (piano) (AMEB)
Bachelor of Arts (The University of Melbourne)
Madeline specialises in Suzuki method piano lessons for children.