Dover Music Lessons
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Zero travel time is great for a busy schedule.
Typically priced lower than local lessons.
Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
My son had several teachers and she is the best. She is able to keep the lesson interesting and challenging
I took guitar lessons from Rob for 3 1/2 years when he lived in Atlanta. I learned a lot from him and really enjoyed our lessons. He's a g
Casey has been an amazing drum teacher. He understands my style of music and motivates me to become a better performer. I've improv
I take Skype lessons with Raymond and used to take in-person lessons before I moved out of state. Raymond is such an excellent teacher and
Gerri is a great teacher as she brings out the best efforts in our daughter (who often approaches new ideas/people/activities with trepi
Leni Bogat is a sophisticated musician who can translate the language of music to his pupils.
I highly recommend him."
My 9yo son has been taking lessons from Judy since he was a young 6. Judy is patient and keeps the lessons fun and will adju
John is a very patient piano teacher. He has a way to get young students to pay attention through the entire lesson. Keep up the good work !"
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