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Karen Allendoerfer

Piano teacher problem solved

January 28, 2007 at 2:07 PM

Piano teacher problem has been solved in a good way. He has 3 other students in our town, two of them friends of my daughter's. So on Saturdays he's taking public transportation (the train) to the town, and the first family is picking him up. Then that person drives him to the next lesson, and so on until the last person drops him off back at the train station. All I had to do was drop him off at one of the friend's houses 2 minutes away.

My daughter is learning to write music, something she's expressed interest in for a while. Her teacher is actually a conducting student (he's also a good pianist, but conducting is what he wants to do for a living)and I think she likes that sort of thing: writing, listening, thinking about the structure of music. More than performing, currently anyway.

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