Pan Pacific Suzuki Association

A Member of the International Suzuki Association


The Pan Pacific Suzuki Association (PPSA) is the Regional Suzuki Association that is licensed by the International Suzuki Association to coordinate and develop the Suzuki Method throughout Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.

The PPSA is governed by a Board of Directors which currently consists of a representative from each of the Regional Member Associations. 

The purpose of the PPSA is to license the “Suzuki” name from the International Suzuki Association (the "ISA") and on-license that name to Suzuki Associations in the Pan Pacific Region, as part of the pursuit of the philosophy of Dr Shinichi Suzuki of Talent Education.

The PPSA will promote, encourage, maintain and improve the use, standards, understanding and teaching of the Suzuki approach to music education, as initiated and developed by Dr Shinichi Suzuki, throughout the Pan Pacific Region by sponsoring or conducting, for teachers and students, conferences, workshops, lectures, demonstrations, classes, seminars, symposia, courses and other meetings to explain and give instruction and training in the Suzuki concept of Talent Education. 

The PPSA will communicate with the ISA on behalf of the Regional Suzuki Associations and to facilitate the flow of information between the ISA and the Suzuki Associations.

The latest ISA Online Journal - December 2020.
Use the link below to access all the articles, news and pictures from Suzuki regions around the world. Many thanks to all our contributors for this latest edition.
View The December 2020 ISA Journal


ISA Journal Archive Now Viewable on Website

All previously published print copies of the ISA Journal, dating from 1990 - 2004, are now online. Enjoy reading through articles from the past, many of which were written by Dr. Suzuki on Talent Education philosophy and pedagogy. Share your favorite articles with fellow teachers and with families in your studio. Gain new insights or refresh your thinking on Talent Education and its principles.

The ISA thanks Pam Brasch, Jackie Corina, Jason Hardgrave, Susan Kempter and Aaron Van Heyningen for their assistance on this project.

View the Journal Archive here.