Joanne Bath or Ed Kreitman?

said: Jun 16, 2006
 1 posts

This summer I will be at the American Suzuki Institute on a teacher training grant and have the opportunity to study violin books 2 and 3. Does anyone have recommendations for either Joanne Bath or Ed Kreitman?

Jennifer Visick said: Jun 18, 2006
Jennifer VisickForum Moderator
Suzuki Association Member
Viola, Suzuki in the Schools, Violin
997 posts

I took a course with Ed Kreitman last summer (book 3). Very good stuff, and—not surprisingly—very akin to the things written in his book “Teaching from the Balance Point”.

Nobuaki said: Jun 19, 2006
Nobuaki Tanaka
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Viola
Mount Prospect, IL
115 posts

I recommend ed Kreitman

Charles Krigbaum said: Jul 3, 2006
Charles KrigbaumTeacher Trainer
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Violin, Viola
Plano, TX
68 posts

Ed Kreitman is a genius. Take his class and you will learn so much, even if you weren’t a scholarship winner it would be worth every penny to pay out of pocket.

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