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Joshua M offers piano lessons in Greensboro, NC

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...Outside of school, Joshua has also received the rank of Eagle Scout in 2006 and the title of Master Mason in 2010. He currently resides in Greensboro, North Carolina with his wife, Erin Marquez, and cat, Smudge. ... Read More

Cara S offers piano lessons in Greensboro, NC

Cara S

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...My earliest memories are of Mom playing the piano, Dad drumming, and me dancing all over the living room. I have been singing since I could talk and I started taking piano lessons around the age of 6. ... Read More

Alex H offers piano lessons in Greensboro, NC

Alex H

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...I hold the notion that music can enhance countless other parts of your life, and can lead to a better understanding of the world and people around us. ... Read More

Michael P offers piano lessons in Greensboro, NC

Michael P

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...I collaborate with local musicians that include drummers, guitarists, singers, and bassists and love to perform in front of audiences. I've self-produced three piano albums consisting of all original compositions that infuse jazz influences with modern romantic undertones.... Read More

Steve S offers piano lessons in Greensboro, NC

Steve S

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...My teaching experience dates back to when I was 17 years old working at a music conservatory for kids from elementary to college students teaching guitar, piano and trumpet.... Read More

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