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    emilyc is offline Registered User
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    Suzuki Music Teachers

    Does anyone know of any Suzuki music teachers in Hong Kong pls?

    Tks

    Rgds

    e

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    Not aware of any that are properly certified, although many claims to have studied his methods. What instruments do you want your child to learn?? I know of a very good Piano and cello teacher at mid-levels. She is a teacher of teachers in Singapore and has a great way with kids.

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    Is she teaching the suzuki method? If so, can I have her contacts please?

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    Can i have the contact too - [email protected]

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    New Daddy,

    May I have her contact details too? My email is at [email protected]

    Thanks very much.
    Peng

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    I would recommend finding a teacher who is great with children, and has a strong reputation, rather than concentrating on finding a Suzuki trained teacher. While Suziki is a great method for aural training, it has limitations in other areas. Also - be aware that 'Suziki' is only accredited for piano and violin - not for other instruments.
    You could also try contacting the HK Academy for the Performing Arts - I am sure that their Head of Piano would be able to help you with a Suzuki teacher.

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    I've heard of only good things about Suzuki, could you elaborate a bit more about its limitations?

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    Suzuki students learn new pieces very fast but they also find it very hard to learn to read music. This is a huge hamper when they want to learn something without hearing it and when attempting to do anything in an orchestra - finding a recording of just the second violin's part of the school orchestra's repertoire will be difficult!

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