Eric Davenport Suzuki violin school baby and toddler music

Eric Davenport

Registered Suzuki Early Childhood Education, Stage 1 & 2

Eric Davenport has completed Stage 1 and Stage 2 training ( 60 hours) in Suzuki Early Childhood Education under the instruction of one of the developers of the program, Sharon Jones.

Eric is the director of the Davenport Suzuki Violin School in Reston where he offers Suzuki violin lessons, from age 3 to adult. He holds a Bachelor’s degrees from both the University of Wisconsin at Madison and Shenandoah University Conservatory, and a M.M.Ed. degree from the University of Georgia. Registered in Suzuki Violin Books 1 through 8 in addition to other Suzuki studies, his Suzuki credentials can be found at the Suzuki Association of the Americas website.  In addition to Suzuki training, Eric has studied the 2 Units of Music Mind Games for teaching music theory. He also studied Orff music, language, and movement.  Teaching experiences include music, orchestra, and chorus in elementary and middle schools. Read more about Eric.

Eric Davenport violin school preschool baby toddler music Suzuki Early Childhood Education

Jeanne Davenport

Registered Suzuki Early Childhood Education, Stage 1 & 2

Jeanne has completed Stage 1 and Stage 2 training (60 hours) in Suzuki Early Childhood Education.  She completed her training with both Sharon and Dorothy Jones who were the developers of the baby and toddler music curriculum. Her Suzuki credentials can be found at the Suzuki Association of the Americas website.

Jeanne received  Master’s degrees from both the University of Virginia and Bloomsburg University and a Bachelor’s degree from West Chester University.  She holds specialties in learning disabilities, reading instruction, dyslexia, and ADHD.  She is a veteran teacher, having taught in public and private schools, preschool through high school. She joins Eric Davenport in the Davenport Suzuki Early Childhood Education program in Reston and Sterling, VA.  She is delighted to be able to share her teaching expertise and experience in this early childhood education class.