KIN Posted July 3, 2008 Share Posted July 3, 2008 My boys have been taking Suzuki piano for 3 years (oldest) and 1 year (middle ds). I love the teacher, love the method, but the cost is very high and it is a 50 minute drive ONE way. There aren't any Suzuki teachers in my area and I'm looking at changing to a traditional teacher. I'm so scared though. My oldest is playing in Suzuki book 2, yet only a very beginning music reader. My 2nd hasn't even started to read music, yet plays with both hands. I don't want to back track them. Have you been there, done that? Advice? What to look for in a new teacher? Could a willing teacher continue to teach them from the Suzuki book along with learning to read music as they are doing now? Or, am I nuts to stop going to a teacher I love and method I love? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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