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Norman T offers guitar lessons in Atlanta, GA

Norman T

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...I have played professionally in big bands and started my own band in a corporate environment. I have led church orchestras and played various instruments in the church as well and also have sung solo works and participated in church choirs. ... Read More

Jon O offers guitar lessons in Atlanta, GA

Jon O

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...It's important to cultivate a student's musical knowledge by building upon their current foundation. Similar to the way children learn a language, music students of all ages should start by listening and singing/playing before learning to read and even write. ... Read More

Aimee O offers guitar lessons in Atlanta, GA

Aimee O

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...I encourage students in their abilities and have a yearly recital to show their talents to their family. I want my students to feel good about their accomplishments. ... Read More

Paul P offers guitar lessons in Atlanta, GA

Paul P

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...Initially I learned by ear but my journey has lead me to advance my playing through non traditional routes such as learning from others along the way, reading sheet music and watching lessons online.... Read More

Ngeri L offers guitar lessons in Atlanta, GA

Ngeri L

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...I have over 15 years of experience as a recording artist, singer, songwriter, composer, live musician, musical director, and voice instructor. I was trained at the Dekalb School Of The Arts for four years where I refined my vocal talent with Classical Voice Training, Piano Lessons, and Musical Technology.... Read More

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