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Amanda M. Flowood, MS

About Amanda

Hi, My name is Mandy and I'm excited to be a part of TakeLessons.com for several reasons: 1) because it led you here to find out more about me and the possibility of beginning lessons with me 2) I believe TakeLessons.com is a great resource to finding highly qualified musicians in your area and 3) because if you do decide to take lessons with me through TakeLessons.com they will make sure that I am doing my part to ensure a positive and effective music experience. Before I get into my credentials I would like to just share a little bit about myself. I grew up here, in the Jackson area, and in fact have lived in the same house my whole life- the same house where lessons will be held. The best way to get to the music parlor is through the front door. My musical studies began at the ...

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TanyaG3 July 23, 2012
Ameerah loves Amanda, and we both find her quite knowledgeable in music. We both appreciate the time she gives to Ameerah's lessons.
John J. Jackson, MS

About John

John is a university-trained and award-wining musician who began playing the guitar at the age of 13. He has studied the guitar as a primary focus in college since he was accepted to the University of Georgia in 2006. At UGA, he graduated Magna Cum Laude earning both a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Guitar Performance as a student of renowned classical guitarist and educator John Sutherland. Furthermore, he studied jazz theory and improvisation with Steve Dancz, the Director of Jazz Studies at UGA. John has a wide range of field experience as a professional guitarist - he has worked as house guitarist for The Iron Grill and Truffles Grill Restaurants, played guitar for the Gainesville Theater Alliance's production of Children of Eden, and performed with multiple symphony orchestras, ...

Andrew D. Jackson, MS

About Andrew

With a bachelor degree from JSU. And three years experience conducting for MS Youth Symphony Orchestra. I am prepared to train committed musicians.

Elizabeth C. Madison, MS

About Elizabeth

I have my Bachelor of Arts degree in music with a minor in piano pedagogy. I also have registered training with the Suzuki Association of the Americas. I also have guitar training at the university level, and I took five semesters of music theory and composition. I specialize in teaching very young beginners, but I do well with everyone! If you are looking for someone who is fun but will cover all aspects of playing piano, then look no further. I look forward to meeting you soon!

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