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Rick P offers guitar lessons in Fresno, CA

Rick P

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...My teaching style is very laid back yet structured. Music is fun and is taught that way!!! I use various methods for different students because everyone learns different. ... Read More

Christian G offers guitar lessons in Fresno, CA

Christian G

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...I have had many great experiences as a musicians such as touring all over the U.S. with several different artists/bands. I enjoy to write and produce music and had gotten the opportunity to work in a recording studio with a lot of great artists/bands. ... Read More

Paul N offers guitar lessons in Fresno, CA

Paul N

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...I also write my own music and am working on my debut album. Music is a really important part of my life and that's why I want to teach anyone who is interested in learning and understanding music. ... Read More

Chinocel M offers guitar lessons in Fresno, CA

Chinocel M

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...Music is my life. I worked on my own home recording studio in Philippines just at the back of my house and clients go there by schedule.... Read More

Brandy R offers guitar lessons in Fresno, CA

Brandy R

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...I graduated from Hunter College in New York City with a degree in music. I am currently pursuing a degree in music education at Fresno State University.... Read More

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...matter whether or not they plan to play at Carnegie Hall or sing with the Houston Opera. These early experiences lay a foundation and develop a vocabulary so that they might come to understand the orchestra piece, or pick up on emotion in the opera, because they are a product of a rich musical environment. The vocabulary built through early experiences and explorations in a rich musical environment not only provides a foundation on which to build more complex musical concepts and skills, but gives our children the opportunity to develop the skills needed to interact with one another and understand themselves. ... Read More
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