I'm looking for a beginning violin teacher to start taking lessons again in middle-age. I only took two years of lessons in high school so many years ago, but really liked the Auer-based teaching methods at the time.
Looking around for violin teachers at my level all I can find is people who teach the suzuki method. My daughter is currently taking lessons from a suzuki teacher, and while it seems to be great for young children, I would feel more comfortable with a more traditional approach.
My question is: are there any non-suzuki violin teachers out there? A secondary question is am I making a mistake dismissing the use of suzuki for adults?
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