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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000760.txt from 2004/08

From: "Nicholas Yip" <>
Subj: RE: [kl] building a studio/music stores
Date: Sat, 28 Aug 2004 22:42:29 -0400

Already associated with a music store near where I live and have given out
flyers and cards to other music stores.

Nicholas Yip
Clarinetist and Music Teacher

>From: "Karin Berman" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: RE: [kl] building a studio/music stores
>Date: Sat, 28 Aug 2004 20:55:57 -0230
> >Music stores have not been mentioned yet in this thread!
> >Stores need a list of available teechers as part of their sales pitch.
> >Of course, stores want teachers who they expect will keep students
> >interested in music long enough to purchase an instrument.
>Where I live, there are no clarinet teachers, so I travel 120km for my
>lessons. These are at a music store which also has a "conservatory". This
>place is run very well, and is very busy. My husband goes there for sax
>lessons. My daughter for singing lessons. And yes, the teachers there are
>either professionals who teach at the university or are non-affiliated
>teachers who have some sort of deal with the store. Music students from the
>university also teach there, but for a lesser fee than the professionals.
>The store's conservatory has a lesson manager, whose sole purpose is to
>arrange the students lessons and make sure everyone can be fitted in
>somewhere. My own teacher is a senior student, busy with his masters,
>well-known for his virtuosity and he teaches me what he is taught by his
>professor. (Or whatever new he learns at workshops!) I am very happy with
>the set-up. I would never have found a teacher if not for the store.
>Karin Berman
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