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DeTrece L offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

DeTrece L

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...I have traveled all over the Continental U.S, Germany, Switzerland and Africa as a featured vocalist and workshop clinician. Classically trained and raised in the church, I draw from these different points of reference to add flavor and spice to my performances. ... Read More

Patrick W offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

Patrick W

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...I attained my M. Ed. in leadership and supervision at Antioch University. There I learned how better apply my teaching methods for more beneficial outcomes.  My most recent employment, with Nashville Public Schools (Music City!!!), afforded me the opportunity to teach modern band. ... Read More

Donovan D offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

Donovan D

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...As far as books go, I prefer the Hal Leonard method, especially for beginner musicians. I combine visual, audio and kinesthetic learning methods to tailor to anyone's needs. ... Read More

Jordan G offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

Jordan G

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...I find it more important to focus on the students strengths in the beginning(especially with children),it keeps them motivated and interested, that's the most important part of anyones development, they have to like what they are doing.At the intermediate level I begin to challenge my student, making them do thing that are close to the limit of their knowledge and abilities so that them can make it to an advanced level.... Read More

Adam H offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

Adam H

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...Regardless of level, we work hard and have fun. I have high expectations but also patience with meeting you at your level and making it comfortable to progress!... Read More

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