heheit may be just bad luck,be with him for 2 months to see exactly how does he teach adn how he makes to hourgood luck
Oh , I agree, I just thought it might be fun to see what would happen...Crissax said:I thought about that Canadian, but the "death" happened 2 weeks ago, he missed last week's appointment and no word from him. It's just suspicious. When the "death" happened I was texted about it at 4 pm...the exact time my class was supposed to start. That's just a little coincidental.
Steve...can you be my best friend? Seriously...you don't realize what a great idea that sounds like. I was beginning to feel like I was running out of options. I heard of Gary Keller, I'll shoot him an email.Steve P said:You might get in touch with Gary Keller at UMiami. I am sure one of his students would be looking to teach. College kids are more reliable with teaching I find, because they are already in a program in which you are expected to always be on time (read: 10 minutes early), prepared, and ready to work. I am a MM student myself, and teach privately in addition to my University teaching, and I can say with 100% confidence that I have not canceled a lesson in the past year. I always try to let my students/parents know a month in advance when I will be out of town as well.
So, I would say check around the University. What college (music) student isn't looking to teach and make an extra buck or two!?
PS- I'm a South Florida boy as well. The corn fields where I am now do not hold anything to the Atlantic. How I miss it!!