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Lambrech Music Studio is a Suzuki Piano Studio started in early 2014 by Wendy Lambrech in order to provide the wonderful opportunities that the Suzuki method affords to those students in the Monument, Palmer Lake, and northern Colorado Springs region.  

Wendy was classically trained in piano from the age of 8, taking lessons from pianist Leah Porter and also studied trombone with Dr. Raymond Horton.  While attending Indiana University, Wendy pursued studies in Music Education, Piano, and Trombone, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Mathematics Education as well as a Computer Science Education endorsement.  

After moving to Colorado and starting a family, Wendy decided to return to the wonderful world of music education inspired by Dr. Suzuki’s vision of teaching and after watching her own three children excel with the Suzuki method.  She studied Suzuki theory and piano with Jane Kutscher Reed, Joan Krzywicki, and Nancy Modell at the Colorado Suzuki Institute in Beaver Creek, CO and has taken additional training in Suzuki early childhood education courses.  She is an active member of the Pikes Peak Suzuki Music Association, the Suzuki Association of Colorado, and the Suzuki Association of the Americas.   

"Teaching music is not my main purpose.  I want to make good citizens.  If children hear fine music from the day of their birth and learn to play it, they develop sensitivity, discipline, and endurance.  They get a beautiful heart."

 Dr. Shinichi Suzuki

About Us
Our Mission

I believe in the power of music and particularly Dr. Suzuki's guiding principles for teaching.  Music has the ability to change individuals, unify families, build communities, connect and inspire nations.  This all begins with the simple act of a child learning to play a musical instrument.  Dr. Suzuki's methods encompass these ideals through the belief that every child can learn with a proper environment.


My mission is to teach the language of music.  I accomplish this through creating a positive and engaging environment.  Each child's curriculum is adjusted to match with his or her's individual learning style.  


In the Suzuki method, learning to play the piano develops self-mastery by teaching students invaluable lessons, such as discipline, creativity, commitment, and hard work.  It is a special time for parents to work together with their children and also provides an opportunity to focus on the process and not the product.  Any child can learn to play a musical instrument--and learn to play it well--with the right teacher, a loving support system, and consistent practice.  As a reward for their efforts, they are blessed with a beautiful gift that they can in turn share with all.  

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