Sometimes you don’t just need advice about starting music lessons for your child. You need the best advice for YOUR OWN child!
I started this blog around the time we were in economic crisis. Many of my private students at the time were moving out to different states in order to find better jobs. So my very first posts were dedicated to the families that were moving and wanted to find a good music teacher and a good school environment for their child after moving.
At that time there was no idea in my head to one up the blog to parents in different places. Until I started getting a lot of emails and comments “I wish you were in my city so my child can take lessons from you”.
I wish that too!!! But as it is not possible I am also committed to helping parents find the best fit for their child.
Music Lessons for Children
I have quite a few posts about finding a music teacher in the starting music lessons section of my blog. Here are the four most common questions I am asked. Every questions has a link into its answer.
Find the Best Teacher for Your Child
The last two questions are trickier to answer. I know that sometimes communities work differently. What would be great in one community may not be good for another. This is why generalized tips on finding the best music teacher for your child don’t always work.
I am more than happy to answer personal emails from parents. Simply drop me a line with what your child’s age and interests are and your questions. I may refer you to a blog post of mine if I feel it is appropriate and is answering your questions. Or I may answer with a more individualize response.
My seven year old and I had were experiencing some disciplinary problems at our Suzuki class and group class and I didn’t know how to help him. We wanted to leave our Suzuki program. Fortunately, I read Maria Stefanova write-up on Positive Discipline and enjoyed it so much that I wrote to her. Maria was able to give some great advice from a teacher’s perspective and I value that a lot.
Thank you Maria! Nora, Singapore