1) Extra Enrichment $150 per class

  • Enrolled CSI students can enroll in one extra enrichment class subject to availability. ($150 per enrichment class with no additional registration fee)

2) Sibling Enrichment $150 per class (See choices below.)

  • Siblings not enrolled in the Institute can enroll in enrichment classes only. (No Suzuki classes and subject to availability. We will email out a sibling enrichment form about 2 weeks prior to the start of the institute. $150 per enrichment class with no additional registration fee)


For information regarding our programs for older students please visit the websites below:

Colorado Chamber Music Institute (CCMI)

  • Please visit www.ColoradoChamberMusic.org for more information on this program for teens who play Violin, Viola, Cello, Guitar & Flute. Limited spots available and is by video audition only.

Colorado Vocal Institute (CVI)

  • Please visit www.ColoradoVocal.org for more information on this vocal program for teens which has limited spots available and is by video audition only.


Sibling Enrichment Choices:

Early Childhood Music (Music Together): is a class for children 4 years old and younger and their parents or caregiver. The Music Together curriculum supports the development of all of the musical, motor, and behavioral skills necessary to begin instrumental lessons.

ECE 2016.Heather Hardie Watson sonIn addition to developing these skills, the class also fosters emotional sensitivity through carefully structured activities that allow students to take turns, learn from one another, bond with their parents and other students in class, and express themselves in a nurturing, pressure-free environment.

Open to students ages 4 years old and UNDER. Each student in the class must have a parent or caregiver attend class and participate with them each day.



Let’s Sing! -Choir
This fun and energetic class will help students understand and utilize their primary instrument, their own voice!  Students will learn how to comfortably use their voice for musical expression through vocalizations, songs, movement, and games in a fun, inclusive, and engaging atmosphere. All children should have the opportunity to use their singing voice in a musically expressive way, no matter what instrument they play!

Open to students age 3-7.


Emma Shubin teaches this dynamic class where students in bare feet are moving to music! These active classes will focus primarily on rhythm, but will also include aspects of pitch and phrasing.

Open to students age 4 and up; grouped by age.



Acting classes:

Storybook Theatre: In this unique combination of storytelling and experimental theatre, children will get to act out some of their favorite scenes from some of the most beloved children’s books. (for ages 3-6 yrs.)

Acting 1:  This is a great class for the want-to-be actor! We will introduce the world of acting through warm-up exercises, drama games, short skits, and improv! (7-12 yrs.)

Voice classes:

Group Voice Class 1: 7-12 yrs. Want to learn how to sing and use your voice?  This class is for you! Come and join in learning to use your voice, how to use your breath for singing and to have fun!! You will learn several songs together and have fun! Come and sing with your friends!!

Group Voice Class 2: 13-18 yrs.  Have you always wanted to learn to sing?  Then this class is for you.  Learn songs and how to use your voice and have fun with your friends!  Learn several group songs as well as solos.


Broadway Theater: Gotta sing? Gotta dance? In this elective class students ages 8 and up will rehearse a Broadway style number coached by faculty member, Elizabeth Cunha. Students will learn fun choreography and fabulous music with friends, learning to work together as an ensemble away from their primary instruments. Who could ask for anything more?

Open to students ages 8 and up, divided by age. 


Magic, Music and A Special Way of Listening: Author and Suzuki Piano teacher, Lisa Dancing-Light will share a reading of her environmental children’s book, A SONG AND STORY OF MAGIC MOUNTAIN. Students will learn fun vocal techniques along with brain integration movements as they sing and act out scenes based on the book.

Open to students ages 4 – 12



Dots, lines, and space- Music through Chinese calligraphy:

One can draw a parallel between Chinese calligraphy and the bow control for strings. This class is to open the gateway for young Suzuki students to explore that parallel. Through learning to write several basic Chinese characters (“Kanji” in Japanese), Suzuki students get to explore the freedom and strength of their writing hand and connect it to their heart and mind. This course is taught by cello Faculty Shu-Yi Scott.