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I took a few creative writing classes in college just for fun. When we would read each other’s assignments, I noticed that there was a ..read more
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One of my most difficult jobs is that of Suzuki parent. This may surprise someone of you, but this job is doesn’t have great pay.  I ..read more
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One of the essential tenets of Suzuki Philosophy is that “every child can.” That phrase is one of my teaching mantras. I constantly ..read more
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I’m very lucky in my son’s violin teacher. She is so kind and patient, not only with M, but with me too. While M is learning the ..read more
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I can’t believe we’re starting a new school year, summer went by way too quickly! We took a couple months off the blog, and while that ..read more
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(An edited version of this article appeared in the Plucky Violin Teacher email community in June.) In much of Dr. Suzuki’s writings he ..read more
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I’ve spent the last month really focusing on self-confidence. I’ve been reflecting and journaling about self-confidence daily. As I did ..read more
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Whenever a few people discuss music teachers they’ve had or watched, they discuss whether they’re a “tough” teacher or a “nice ..read more
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For years I struggled with vibrato. The two types of vibrato I could accomplish were uneven, tight, and narrow, and uneven, wide, and slow ..read more
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I always knew I wouldn’t be teaching my own children the violin. Practice helper at home? I’m all in. But, being the teacher? No, ..read more

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