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Fayette Fiddlers

Fayette Fiddlers is a certified Suzuki violin program
All inquiries regarding this Suzuki program should be directed to the director of
Fayette Fiddlers, Kay Fry at 678-480-4900 or email us at: fiddlerfry@bellsouth.net.

Peachtree Arts Academy is pleased to offer an exceptional Suzuki Violin program
through our partnership with Fayette Fiddlers. Under the leadership of Kay Fry since
1992, the program has served hundreds of students and has an average of 70
students each year.

The program is offered to students aged 3-18 years and includes a weekly private
lesson and weekly small group lessons Monday afternoons. Performance
opportunities include two yearly concerts, a solo recital, and group community
opportunities.

The Suzuki Method of teaching is used whereby the student learns to play the violin
first by listening or “by ear” - then by illustration and instruction. Note recognition and
note reading is integrated and taught alongside of the Suzuki repertoire. All of the
instructors are certified to teach the Suzuki Method.

Besides learning to play the violin students develop many character qualities such
as discipline, confidence, and public poise. Meeting most Mondays as a group
allows students to develop friendships, a strong motivation to persevere in their
violin studies.

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Fortissimo, a junior string orchestra,
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Thoughts on the Arts
The role of the arts in communicating
truth has been much debated over the
years in Christian circles. Colin
Harbinson in his article  “Art and
Revelation” provides an insightful look at
this issue; “Art is at its best when it
uncovers what familiarity has concealed,
and opens us up to a fresh perspective
on truth-the truth about any subject. 
This would strongly suggest that artistic
expression, at its best, is compatible
with God’s way of revealing truth to
man.” Read article