Suzuki Violin teacher in Malaysia

July 4, 2004 at 06:25 AM · Anybody know any suzuki violin teacher in Malaysia or any music school in Malaysia that provides suzuki violin course?

thanx.

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July 4, 2004 at 07:59 AM · I think there is but you'll have to do some detective work. Go call Chamber's Music in Sungai Wang and ask them. Bentley opposite Lot 10 may also be a good source of information. Alternatively take out your copy of Yellow pages or Buying guide and call them one by one. Rgds, AARON

July 4, 2004 at 01:21 PM · I am a suzuki teacher in Singapore and have some students come to me from Malaysia but i dont know of any suzuki teacher in Malaysia.

sylviakhoo@yahoo.com

July 4, 2004 at 02:15 PM · Sylvia, what's the major difference between the Suzuki method and other traditional methods? - AARON

September 16, 2004 at 01:43 AM · Suzuki teachers can teach students as young as 2. Traditional must teach at 6 or 7 or older. Suzuki method is a mother tongue method, like how babies learn to speak their mother tongue language without having to read first. They learn by hearing and imitation first. Reading comes latter but NOT neglected. Traditional teachers teach the reading part from the start. Suzuki students can play from memory most of their repertoire and their ear gets trained from an early age. Traditional students mostly need their scores (and a music stand perform).

Parents involvement is crucial in Suzuki Method whereas in Traditional, its optional. Read Nurtured by love, by Dr. Shinishi Suzuki

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