I could use Suzuki Method as well as conventional method. With Suzuki Method you don’t learn reading notes or music theory as much as conventional method. I would like students to learn to read notes and advance with music theory. If students want to try other instruments or join a school band they have a solid foundation if they study conventional method. So, for most students I use conventional method. However, Suzuki Method is a great method for developing artistry and hearing. So, if a student specifically requests Suzuki Method I’m willing to do that as well as using the conventional method at the same time. The best approach is to us both conventional and Suzuki Method. Listening music and being in a very musical environment is so important for students’ music development. And that’s what Suzuki Method puts the focuses on which I think is excellent. Music is not about reading notes. It’s about sharing, influencing, inspired by, creating, expressing, exploring, and being moved by. Reading notes is just a tool even though it’s an important tool.