I am very interested in the Suzuki methods and considered doing a course but was afraid of being limited to one particular teaching style.
I think there are pros and cons of Suzuki, as with Kodaly and 'traditional' more Western methods. I want to develop my own personal method by drawing on different perspectives.
Would it go against the Suzuki ethos to train in Suzuki yet not fully practice as a Suzuki teacher?
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