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About Ricky M.

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Ricky Mier is an award winning banjo player, composer, band leader, and Alumnus of Berklee College of Music. Founder of Rick Fire And The Ricktones, co-founder of Twisted Pine, Cat And The Moon and member of Hot Day At The Zoo. He has performed with Bela Fleck and Victor Wooten and has shared the stage with acoustic heavy weights such as The Punch Brothers, Peter Rowan, Alison Brown, Hot Rize, The Gibson Brothers, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, Yonder Mountain Stringband, The Sam Bush Band, Del McCourey Band, Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen, and more.

Ricky has performed on the main stages of major festivals such as Grey Fox, Celtic Connections (Scotland), Freshgrass, The Green River Festival, Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Special, Joe Val and many others.

In 2014 he won the gold medal at the Freshgrass banjo contest and the same
year his band Twisted Pine won both the Freshgrass and Thomas Point Beach band contests. In 2015 Twisted Pine tied for First Place at the Rocky Grass Band Contest and they were nominated for IBMA's band momentum award.
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Alison B. March 7, 2018
· Banjo · In studio
Ricky Mier is one of the most exciting young banjo players I’ve heard. With a fertile imagination and the technique to support it, Ricky is on the cutting edge of the latest crop of banjo adventurers. I look forward to seeing where he takes the banjo next.
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Seth March 7, 2018
· Banjo · In studio
Ricky is a breath of fresh air, a young professional musician grounded in roots of Celtic and bluegrass, but drawing on the wide spectrum that music has to offer - be it a bit of funk, or influences from around the world. His exceptional musicianship shines through and his teaching style is equally appropriate for concert preparation, fundamentals, or fun - he's energetic, dynamic, fun, and incorporates much seemingly effortless but very tight improvisation. Give him a try - you will not be disappointed.
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Steve M. March 7, 2018
· Banjo · In studio
I’m not your average banjo student. I’d been self taught since high school and when I retired I decided I wanted to learn to play properly so I looked for a teacher. I found Ricky Mier online and with some trepidation I started my lessons. My trepidation stemmed from the fact that I was a hacker and Ricky is an experienced professional and an exceptional player. I thought I wasn’t the kind of student he was looking for. My anxiety was groundless because Ricky is much more than a great player, he is a committed holistic teacher. Our sessions are fun, challenging, and are focused on not only musical exercises but also tendon training, relaxation, and learning to listen. I’ve been with him weekly for almost 9 months now and while no one will mistake me for Bela, my playing has greatly improved. Whether your interest is Bluegrass, Celtic, or Melodic, Ricky can guide you on your journey in a fun, effective way. I really like our sessions. You will too.
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Ricky M.

Cambridge, MA 02139
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About Bil M.

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About Bil
I am one of those individuals for whom teaching is just something that I have to do. I started giving music lessons sometime in the 80's and have loved working with all levels of skill and experience. My students say that I am patient, adaptive and encouraging, committed to making music fun.

I have a Masters of Music from New England Conservatory in Jazz Piano and am comfortable and fluent in a number of musical styles, including pop, rock, gospel, traditional hymnody, jazz, and R&B. Although I love and study classical music, it is not something I teach at this point.

In addition to private lessons and performing, I do music transcription, workshops, and all forms of vocal and instrumental arranging. Bil Mooney-McCoy is a life-long Boston resident who has been playing music all his life. Having served as a church musician for more
than 30 years, I am currently the Director of Worship for the chapel at Gordon College, a small Christian school north of Boston. I'm often involved in city-wide music events in Boston’s faith-based community and in demand as a featured musician for church services, parties, concerts and other events.

I hold a Masters of Music from New England Conservatory in Jazz Piano and am comfortable and fluent in a number of musical styles. In addition to private lessons and performing, I do music transcription, workshops, and all forms of vocal and instrumental arranging. My passions include morning coffee, finding new guitar chords, creating killer PowerPoint presentations, and trying to figure out how to use my smart phone.

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My priority as a teacher is to make the learning process fun, life-giving, and productive. I teach with patience and humor, at a challenging but not frustrating pace.

Some quotes from my students:
"I absolutely love learning from Bil! I've watched my playing and the playing of others at church vastly improve as a result of his training."

"[Bil] is filled with a large amount of knowledge, so while sitting under him you not only learn about how to play but you learn about music history and theory. Beyond being a good teacher he is genuine and friendly and cares about others."

"I have really enjoyed working with Bil. His patience and wealth of knowledge has helped me come out of my musical shell and has encouraged me to discover my musical voice."

"Bil makes learning theory fun! His deep understanding of music is complemented by his contagious enthusiasm."

"Bil has taken me to a different level. I went from tab and basic guitar chords, to building jazz chords and a far greater understanding of music theory."

There are at least two ways that might set me apart from other teachers.

Firstly, I have honed and developed "people skills". I am an ordained minister and have held positions where I was formally and informally in a mentoring/pastoring role. I bring that sensitivity to my music lessons, understanding that personal and emotional issues can be triggered by the engagement with the music and skills being worked on.

Secondly, I've had a remarkable broad base of experience. My coursework has exposed me to a wide breadth of ideas and tools; my work life has been long and varied; I have had extensive experience in many different cultural contexts, both musically and otherwise; and I work well with many age groups and skill levels.

Regarding my teaching approach:
For beginners, I have a fairly consistent set of topics and skill sets to cover. Generally, in a few months, piano students (particularly those in middle school through adulthood) should know how to play major, minor and seventh chords, how to read simple chord charts and some very basic accompanying skills. Guitar students should know a dozen open chords and have been introduced to barre chords, and to have learned several styles of finger picking as well as strumming. Bass students should know how to find notes on the board and will have begun to learn how to fill out a song with an expressive but non-obtrusive bass line.

For intermediate students, the pace, direction and focus on lessons depends upon the goals and passions of the student along with the amount of time he or she has to practice. My goals for students at this level and beyond is to learn how to learn. I will use outstanding recorded examples of particular skills or stylistic idioms to help my students understand and master each new concept. I often will check in with my student to make sure that we are on track with what they are hoping for.

For advanced students, we will generally target very specific objectives. I also try to add elements of theory, history, culture, and even life lessons to apply to the topics we address. Because of my background in pastoral ministry, I can serve as a mentor addressing the emotional and relational issues of playing music as well as its technical aspects.

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upstairs music room: fender Rhodes piano, keyboards, amps, drum set, seating for parents

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if for guitar or bass, that instrument; I expect piano students to have an available keyboard and for other students to have their own instrument(s).

*** Specialties ***
strong in jazz, rock, pop, gospel, sacred, R&B.
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Hardy C. June 23, 2017
· Songwriting · In home
Bill is a great instructor. I haven't been taught something I wasn't going to need to elevate my understanding.
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suzanne November 5, 2016
· Piano · In studio
great first lesson! bill was a great choice for me!
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Patricia R. April 2, 2016
· Piano · In studio
He's the best. Will totally understand if I haven't had a chance to practice and still manages to make the lesson productive. He gives options on how I want to be taught and is willing to adjust. Have learned so much in so little time.
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Bil M.

Bil M.

Dorchester Center, MA 02124
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About Heather K.

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Newton, MA
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Hi! I'm Heather, an organist, pianist, and choral conductor I studied at Oberlin College and Conservatory, double majoring in Organ and French. I then spent two years living and studying in the Paris area, studying at the Conservatoire de Versailles. I believe that learning should be fun and rewarding. I like to use other subjects, such as math, art, science and literature to augment my teaching. Music education should be fun, challenging and rewarding. In my spare time, I enjoy knitting, sewing and engaging in other creative pursuits.
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Deb A. September 15, 2016
· Piano · In studio
Grrrreat experience.
Looking forward to my next lesson!
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Deb A. September 15, 2016
· Piano · In studio
Grrrreat experience.
Looking forward to my next lesson!
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Monica March 14, 2016
· Piano · In home
Heather is an excellent teacher. She always on time and very good with the kid
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Heather K.

Heather K.

Newton, MA 02458
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About Jennifer P.

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Quincy, MA
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Hello, my name is Jennifer and I have over a decade of experience in teaching, conducting, and performing in the Boston-area. I teach from my home studio in Quincy, Ma and am accepting new students at this time. I look forward to working with you to develop your singing voice, musical literacy, and confidence in performing. I train students in the Italian Bel Canto (beautiful singing) method because it builds strong and healthy voices. I welcome children over age five, older beginners, intermediate students, and amateurs. I believe every student deserves quality musical and vocal training, regardless of whether they intend to pursue a musical career or not. As a teacher and singer, I focus mainly on classical singing which develops a good foundation for other genres. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
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Candy G. July 25, 2017
· Singing · In studio
It was awesome
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Annie January 26, 2017
· Classical Voice · In home
Since working with Jen, I feel as though my musicianship skills have improved, and my sightsinging ability has gotten stronger. We work on technique and fundamentals every class and try to start a new piece every few weeks. Five stars do not give her justice!
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Maria Channon March 5, 2016
· Singing · In studio
I have been working with Jen on music for over ten years. Just recently, in the last 6 months or so, I went to her to help me tackle a specific problem in my voice. Within just a few lessons, she developed an insight into how to help me, and we began to make real progress. I now have a specific pathway in which I am confident that with persistent work, I can overcome this problem. Jen has real insight into the human voice, and true compassion and patience when working with others.
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Jennifer P.

Jennifer P.

Quincy, MA 02171
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About Alex R.

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Cambridge, MA

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Alex is a Boston-based guitarist and educator. At the age of 17, Alex turned his musical interests from classical violin to bluegrass guitar, and has yet to reconsider. After completing an undergraduate biology degree at Cornell University in 2011, he returned to the vibrant Boston music bluegrass scene, studying privately with Berklee professor John McGann. In 2014, Alex started the folk duo, No Bones About It, which has performed around the northeast, including performances at the Freshgrass Music Festival and Club Passim, as well as completing a country-wide tour of New Zealand. In March 2016, Alex joined the April Verch Band, with whom he tours around the globe.
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Andrew K. December 22, 2017
· Guitar · In studio
Energetic, patient,full of praise. Straightforward discussion of music theory which is very helpfull
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Mick August 23, 2017
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
Alex is great. He is very patient and supportive. He does a great job of explaining things without overwhelming me with too much information to process. He keeps me interested by changing things up and challenging me every lesson. I'm an adult beginner, and Alex strikes a great balance between teaching me music that I want to learn and things that will help me become a better player. I highly recommend Alex as a teacher.
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Joe June 20, 2017
· Guitar · In home
I've had 5 lessons with Alex and have already seen incredible improvement. Alex's methodology is to teach lessons but taking a song you really would like to learn, and walking you through the steps necessary to be playing it seamlessly and quickly. He throws in musical theory and other important elements of learning the instrument in there as well. I love that he always emails me a rundown of our lesson via email after the lesson so I can be reminded of things when practicing. He is extremely accommodating with his schedule, which I also really appreciate. Overall, it's been an incredibly enjoyable experience and I recommend Alex to anyone trying to learn!
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Alex R.

Cambridge, MA 02139
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About Liana P.

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Quincy, MA
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Liana P. has performed at international festivals in Norway, Hungary, Syria, Canada, Italy, and Israel. Ms. P. performed three times at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Most recently, Liana played in concert halls of Scotland, South Africa, and in multiple states of the USA . Her solo recital in 2016 at the Myra Hess Concert Series in Chicago was broadcast live on WFMT Radio. In 2002 Liana is winning prizes in the international piano competitions in Ukraine , she earned Third Prize at the International Competitions in Memory of E. Gilels, First Prize at the International Competition in Memory of Prokofiev, and Second Prize at the International Competition in Memory of A. Karamanov. In 2008, Liana continued winning competitions: she won First Prize in the “Music World” International Competition in Italy. In 2008 in Israel Ms. P
. won a prize in memory of Bracha Eden for a most impressive performance during the competition " The Voice of Music " Jerusalem . In the United States in 2012, Ms. P. was the winner of the American Protégé International Competition of Romantic Music; recipient of the Grand Prize at the Metropolitan International Piano Competition; and the winner of the AFAF Golden Era of Romantic Music International Competition. In 2013-2015, Ms. P. was awarded the E.B. Storrs Piano Scholarship from the Musical Club of Hartford. Ms. She was also awarded the Cargill Foundation Prize in the 2014 Scottish International Piano Competition in Glasgow, and became a prizewinner at the Iowa International Piano Competition in 2015.

Liana graduated from the Donetsk Music Academy in Ukraine, and went on to earn her Professional Studies Certificate from the Manhattan School of Music in 2011. Her career continues with recitals in Hungary, Israel, Ukraine, USA, England, Syria , Canada , South Africa and Norway. Most recently, Ms. P. finished her Artist Diploma at The Hartt School of the University of Hartford . Currently Ms P residing in Boston.

Studio Equipment: Yamaha G3 Grand Piano.

Specialties: Traditional piano method. Classical music
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Rishi May 10, 2018
· Piano · In studio
My 5 year old takes classes with her. She is a very shy and anxious child. Ms Paniyeva has been very patient and accommodating. She can read and play in 5 months. I can’t believe her progress. I think we were very lucky to find her. My daughter calls her always Smiling.
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Beverly November 12, 2017
· Piano · In home
I'm satisfied with the lessons I took, even though seven months of piano still not enough.
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Beverly September 26, 2017
· Piano · In home
I learned a lot in seven months with Liana. I was pleased to have her, but I'm still slow. I think I need six months more in order to gain enough speed. Anyway, Liana is a good instructor to start with. She encourages and leaves you with no fear.
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Liana P.

Liana P.

Quincy, MA 02171
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About Christopher B.

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Bellingham, MA
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Hello! My name is Chris B. and I'm excited for the opportunity to work with you! I have extensive teaching and performance experience throughout New England, and I'm excited to use my skills and experience to help you learn and achieve.

I've recently graduated with my Bachelor of Arts in Music from Rhode Island College, and am continuing pursuit of a Bachelor of Music in Music Education. I've studied Classical Percussion with Michael DeQuattro at Rhode Island College, as well as drum set with Michael Odabashian, drummer for Zander Bleck and Kicking Harold. I've performed solo and with many groups in New England and abroad, including, but not limited to: the New England Intercollegiate Band, the Rhode Island College Symphony Orchestra, the Rhode Island Wind Ensemble, and American Music Abroad's 2013 Liberty Tour of Europe.
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Christopher B.

Christopher B.

Bellingham, MA 02019
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About Bob M.

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I have spent the last 35 years teaching elementary and middle school band in a community known for its strong music program.
I love teaching music to students.. especially the art of playing trumpet. I try to incorporate fun and enthusiasm in each lesson while accomplishing some short term and long term goals. The student is my ultimate focus during the lesson time. Sometimes my students arrive and have a total different idea of concepts or literature in which they wish to make progress different from what I had planned. We are always able to accommodate these shifts in plans while reaching our lesson goals.
I enjoy working with students in the middle school ages. I find that this is when they make the greatest growth. There is nothing better that seeing a child's face as the bulbs go off concerning musical concepts. I believe tha
t together we can reach great heights in your musical development. I invite you to try s lesson and make music meaningful in your life.
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Andrew November 23, 2017
· Music Performance · In studio
Dr. Mealey was the man who taught me my very first lesson on the tuba oh so many years ago. I have since had the privilege of performing professionally in over 40 states and 30 countries around the world as a soloist and as a member of Boston Brass. The years of private lessons I took with Dr. Mealey gave me the perfect musical foundation to eventually pursue my dreams.

I still remember how much he cared for every single kid in each of his bands. There are people who are put on this earth to teach and he is one of those. I can't imagine how my life would have turned out if it weren't for Dr. Mealey.

I can't recommend studying with him any more highly.
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Stephen November 21, 2017
· Music Performance ·
I had the pleasure of working with Dr. Mealey for fourteen years, first as a colleague and then as his supervisor. Bob is a very skilled musician and teacher. He has had many years of experience bringing his students' performance levels to new heights. He works hard and expects the same from his students. This winning combination has helped to create some very skilled musicians, with many of them going on to enjoy playing in ensembles for many years.

It was always a pleasure to watch Dr. Mealey and his students perform in concert. The looks of joy were always evident with everyone in the house - members of the ensemble, its director, and the audience.

You can't go wrong with Dr. Mealey.
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Lori November 14, 2017
· Music Performance · In studio
Dr. Mealey had a tremendous impact on all of my children. He truly instilled in them a love of music and gave them an opportunity to really experiment and express themselves. Because of their solid foundation with Dr. Mealey, they played throughout high school and some even into the college level marching band! Dr. Mealey is a class act and knows how to connect with his students!
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Bob M.

Framingham, MA 01701
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About Bulut G.

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Boston, MA
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Bulut Gulen was born on July 16th, 1980 in Eskisehir (Turkey). He began his musical education at the age of 10, in a children’s choir. Soon after, he started taking piano and trombone lessons. In 1994, he was accepted in Hacettepe University Ankara State Conservatory. During his education he took part in concerts in Germany, Belgium, Macedonia, Netherlands, Luxemburg. He studied with Bedii Durham and Aycan Teztel. In 2004 he graduated from Istanbul University State Conservatory. He began playing with Istanbul Superband and he had the opportunity to play with this band to Dianne Reeves and Kurt Elling.

He won the first prize in MIAM Chamber Music Competition with Istanbul Trombone Ensemble and second prize in Edirne Chamber Music Competition with Ankara Trombone Quartet. in 2007 he won the World Scholarship Tour audition and was accep
ted to Berklee College of Music with full scholarship. In 2008 he won the Albert A. Natale performance award. In 2009 he won the Arif Mardin award. In 2008 he played with McCoy Tyner with Berklee Concert Jazz Orchestra in Montreal Jazz Festival. He had the opportunity to play with Benny Golson in 2008 and with Steve Smith in 2010 with the same orchestra. Same year he weas selected to a quintet formed for Jack Dejohnette and had the opportunity to play with him. He performed with Boston Beantown Bigband, Eguie Castirillo Bigband, Christian Scott, Christian Karam and Berklee Jazz Revolition band in Canada, Newyork, Miami and Boston. Considered one of the legends of trombone history Phil Wilson defined Gulen in a radio program as "the young Turkish trombone player who impressed me the most lately"

Gulen took part in many music festivals. Istanbul, İzmir Jazz Festival, Kosova, Ankara, Montreal, Alanya and Akbank Jazz Festival are among them.
Between 2012 and 2014 he gave lessons in Hacettepe University Ankara State Conservatory Jazz Department. Since 2014 he is giving trombone performance lessons in Bahçeşehir University Jazz Department. Besides the many projects and concerts he took part he also worked for his own project. In 2015 Gulen's first album "SU" was released by A.K. Music which consists of his own compositions. The musicians who took place in the album are Şenova Ülker on trumpet, Önder Focan on guitar, Can Çankaya on piano, Engin Recepoğulları on tenor saxophone, Ozan Musluoğlu on bass and Ferit Odman on drums. Currently he is a master student at New England Conservatory in Boston.
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Bulut G.

Boston, MA 02114
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My name is Alex Ramirez. I have been studying music for 18 years now starting on piano at the age of 4. I was introduced to the saxophone in middle school and fell in love with the instrument ever since! I want to share this passion with eager students who will work hard and are motivated about learning the saxophone. I teach all levels and ages of students and mold my teaching styles to how the student reacts and succeeds in each lesson we have. I provide the necessary materials, concepts, practicing habits, and advice so that each of my students can excel in playing the instrument.
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Manuel R.

Boston, MA 02115
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