I would love to hear comments on when the time is right to change teachers. Particularly, if after several years you still come to the lesson nervous not about the material, but the demeanor of the instructor. Should you grin and bear it, or in reality does it hold you back from growth that comes with building confidence and increased motivation? Is it acceptable to say that a student must figure out how to sound better, while the teacher can only point out obvious problems? Thanks!
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