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Ricco V offers voice lessons in Memphis, TN

Ricco V

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...Myels Munroe (guest speaker). In 2011 I founded KeyNote Music Workshop for the development of young musicians needing help attaining a greater level of playing ability.To date I have mentored several students who now enjoy successful careers in music on piano/organ as well as brasswind instruments. ... Read More

Grady H offers voice lessons in Memphis, TN

Grady H

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...I'm a spirited passionate instructor who loves teaching students. As a 2009 Bethel College graduate with a Bachelor's in music education, I value education and seek to inspire my students. ... Read More

Chris M offers voice lessons in Memphis, TN

Chris M

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...Growing up in Memphis, I began playing the piano at age 6. After moving to bass guitar a few years later, I finally picked up my brother's acoustic guitar and never looked back. ... Read More

Max K offers voice lessons in Memphis, TN

Max K

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...My name is Max. I am a recent graduate of Music Theory and Audio Engineering at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN. I have served as the studio manager of the on campus music studio, as the president of the on campus radio station, and the studio designer of the Rhodes Activities board.... Read More

Terri W offers voice lessons in Memphis, TN

Terri W

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...I like to start off teaching all my students the basics which is the musical staff. I believe that knowing what you are singing and/or playing makes a better musician.... Read More

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