The purpose of the repertory class is review, refinement, reinforcement and motivation. Each class will be working on review literature and not necessarily new material. The most advanced class may often revisit pieces from even the earliest books for concentration on a point of technique or high-level refinement. Each year parents have questions concerning their child’s placement in the repertory or group classes. The students will be divided into groups according to advancement with careful consideration to appropriate class size. Someone will be the most advanced and someone the least advanced student in each class. There are advantages to both circumstances. The most advanced violin repertory class is a group of students who may explore advanced violin repertory outside the Suzuki Volumes.