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Post by PianoArtist » 24 Nov 2004, 18:19

Hi,

I am a Piano Teacher from the USA

looking for work in Europe.

Michael
Michael

1 985 674-8537

752 Wilkinson St.
Mandeville, LA. 70448 USA

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Post by Barrie Heaton » 24 Nov 2004, 20:45

In my area there use to be 7 teacher now there is only one and she is part time there is a big shortage in some areas but loads in others we seem to be forever putting teacher up on the site about 5 a day we take about 3 a week off the site complaining that they get too many so there is work out there

You could pay Michael air far for the US

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Post by PianoArtist » 24 Nov 2004, 21:14

We are starting program to teach Piano over the

Internet with live teacher.

Lessons will be Live, Interactive, and Real-Time.


Michael

1 985 674-8537 USA

yahoo id Mandeville752
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1 985 674-8537

752 Wilkinson St.
Mandeville, LA. 70448 USA

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Post by Gill the Piano » 25 Nov 2004, 20:01

Ask the ones with no vacancies for recommendations; they may know another teacher with spaces, or perhaps one of their grade VII or VIII pupils would start your kids off while you go on a waiting list for the original one? Most teachers round here have waiting lists. You could ask a church organist as well; they tend to know many local musos! I'm afraid where conventional means fail, you need to think a bit laterally! :) Good luck...

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