Directors and Friends

ASI Benefit Concert

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we plan to postpone this concert to a later date. Right now we are not sure when schools and venues will re-open for in-person events, but we will update you as soon as we can! As always, thank you for your support of the Atlanta Suzuki Institute!

Atlanta Suzuki Institute directors Rachael Fischer and Kristin Jutras will be teaming up with fellow Athens-area Suzuki teachers to present a concert benefiting the Atlanta Suzuki Institute! Proceeds will help Suzuki violin, viola, and cello students in need of financial assistance to continue their music studies at ASI this summer.

The Atlanta Suzuki Institute is a week-long intensive program with some of the best Suzuki teachers from around the country. Students will get to spend their days learning from these teachers in intimate class settings, participating in lesson classes, group classes, orchestras, learning how to fiddle and improvise, and so much more! The ASI directors want to help ensure that ALL students are given the opportunity to participate in programs like the Atlanta Suzuki Institute.

We hope you can join us in Athens for this wonderful concert!


Adults $15

Children (12 & under) $8

Additional donations through the link below are also welcome!

Atlanta Suzuki Institute Scholarships

Thanks to the 2019 Atlanta Celli benefit concert and the 2020 Directors & Friends benefit concert, a limited number of need-based financial assistance scholarships will be available for Suzuki violin, viola, and cello students of all ages and levels who intend to participate in student programs at the 2020 Atlanta Suzuki Institute. The maximum scholarship amount for an individual will be equivalent to the specific course fee. Partial scholarships may also be awarded. Participants will be responsible for the $100 regular registration fee and any elective course fees. 

Application Submission Deadline: April 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM

A completed application consists of the form linked below and a recommendation letter from the participant's private Suzuki violin, viola, or cello teacher. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Notification of scholarship decisions will be made by April 17, 2020.