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Perhaps it is music that will change the world.
~ Pablo Casals

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suzuki method 

The study of music develops the whole child:  it stimulates a creative and active mind, nurtures a positive view of self and of others, develops an appreciation of beauty and emotion, builds sensitivity, social skills, cooperative spirit, concentration, memory, analytical ability, and aims to improve the child’s interaction with family. 

Listen to performances:

First Steps

Maximize the learning potential of your baby's first three years!

Suzuki Studies

Our violin program is built on the basic philosophy of the Suzuki Method, which is that all children can learn to play beautifully. Talent can be taught and is not necessarily innate.

Flying Colors

Our advanced performance program creates performance and learning opportunities for students studying the standard violin concerto repertoire.  

our programs

We are currently accepting Suzuki violin students ages 4-18 on Bainbridge Island! 

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new violin students
on Bainbridge Island

First Steps Suzuki Early Childhood Education is an interactive parent & baby movement, music, and rhymes class.

Maximize the learning potential of your baby's first three years!

Students who complete 6 months of First Steps classes are given priority for entry into the Suzuki Program.

upcoming events

Momentum Music School is all about community! Join us for group rehearsals, workshops, retreats, performance and more!  


Ability develops early.
Community creates inspiration.
Mastery builds with momentum.

about us

Owner and violin instructor, Tracy Helming Wiggin, received a Master’s Degree in music performance from Yale University and is a registered Suzuki Teacher Trainer. She has been teaching violin and chamber music since 1990. 

music and movement for
0-3 year olds

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Congratulations to Osvaldo Ribas! Osvaldo was named 2nd alternate to state in the Seattle Solo and Ensemble contest.  He performed the first movement of Mozart's D Major Concerto.

Studio Recitals: some Students perform at 2:00 p.m. and at 4:00 p.m. on March 11 at St. Clement's Episcopal Church. Receptions follow each recital.

SYAMFA Performers House Concert: All studio participants in the SYAMFA will perform all of their repertoire for each other at Allyson's house. Potluck following!

the latest news from momentum music school

Tracy Helming Wiggin is now an active Suzuki Teacher Trainer!

Violin Unit One , September 16 - December 9, 2022 Japan Seattle Suzuki Institute 

Mendelssohn and More, January 13 - February 17, 2023

Violin Unit Two, March 3 - April 21

suzuki teacher training

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