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Courtney B.

Savannah, GA

About Courtney

I graduated with a degree in Biology and two minors in Chemistry and Music Technology. I have been playing guitar for 15 years and I was lucky enough to work in a music store through college. I learne
d instrument repair, sales, and music theory through my job and my minor. I also took lessons in middle school and into high school. After school, I taught special needs children music.
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Terry July 13, 2016
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Had a really good time. 45 minutes went way too fast.
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Gerald May 25, 2016
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Had my first lesson with Courtney and she was very enthusiastic about teaching! She was patient, thorough, and well organized with her instructions and provided a good foundation to build upon. I'm looking forward to future lessons as she has motivated me to enjoy the therapeutic sounds of the guitar. I'll also likely take piano lessons following the guitar. I would highly recommend Courtney!
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Courtney B.

Courtney B.

Savannah, GA 31401
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$25 / 30-min
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Mark S.

Savannah, GA

About Mark

Mark Spradley is a private teacher and freelance trombonist based in Savannah, GA. As an extensive orchestral musician, Mr. Spradley has performed with many professional orchestras in the South, inclu
ding the Savannah Philharmonic, Hilton Head Symphony, Waco Symphony, Beaufort Symphony, and the LaGrange Symphony. In 2015, he was named a semi-finalist for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's section trombone audition. Most recently, he auditioned and won the tenor trombone position with The King's Brass Ensemble, and will join them for their 2016-2017 tour through the United States and South Korea.

Also an accomplished soloist, Mr. Spradley was one of the top prize winners in the Young Artist Competition hosted by Music Teachers National Association, held in Anaheim, California. He was a featured soloist with the Savannah Winds Symphony in November of 2015. His last season concluded with a multi-day residency in Argentina, giving masterclasses to students and culminating with a performance with the Superbanda at the National University of Villa Maria. Additionally, he founded the "Savannah Trombone Workshop", as an annual summer program for aspiring high school trombonists. Mr. Spradley holds a Bachelor's of Music in Trombone Performance at Columbus State University's Schwob School of Music and additional graduate studies at Baylor University.
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Jeanne April 25, 2016
Trombone · In studio
When my son was just starting trombone almost three years ago, we happened to meet Mark and set up lessons for my son. Mark was a great mentor to a beginner trombonist -- able to both connect with someone just starting as well as model what a great trombonist sounds like. My son is still playing, enjoying the instrument, and hasn't had as good of a tutor since Mark moved away.
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Leighton April 21, 2016
Trombone · In studio
I took lessons from Mark to help prepare for my audition to minor in music. He helped me improve my tone and helped perfect my audition piece, and with his help I passed the audition and I am now a music minor at Georgia Southern University!
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Katie April 21, 2016
Trombone · In studio
I took lessons from Mark as a young middle school student and it led directly to my being selected for the GMEA All-State Band and overall made me a much better musician. He was friendly and attentive and I looked forward to lessons with him. It was my first experience with private lessons and it made my at-home practice more productive when I had specific things to practice for lessons. He worked with me on my GMEA etudes in addition to the fundamentals which made me a better trombonist, and we often played duets which was fun and helped me advance as well.
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Mark S.

Savannah, GA 31410
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$50 / 60-min
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Reia D.

Hinesville, GA

About Reia

Welcome!

Thank you for stopping by. I began an adventure many years ago that changed my entire life. It was the adventure into the world of Music.

I began piano lessons at the age of 7. Thi
s led to playing the piano and organ for churches (their services and choirs of all ages).

I also played the clarinet in the Jr. High School and High School bands. I even marched in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.

While I love accompanying others, over thirty-five years ago I discovered an even more rewarding opportunity. I began teaching piano, music theory and music history. It's a pleasure to share with others and watch them experience the joys that music brings.

I invite you to join me in this adventure. There's no telling where it will lead YOU!
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Reia D.

Reia D.

Hinesville, GA 31313
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$20 / 30-min
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Chloe W.

Savannah, GA

About Chloe

I am a hardworking and passionate individual who loves music and loves teaching. I want to share my passion and interest for music with as many students as I can so that they can find new and differen
t ways to express themselves. I love seeing students accomplish more than they thought they were capable of ever doing, and it is what keeps me passionate about teaching.
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Chloe W.

Chloe W.

Savannah, GA 31404
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$20 / 30-min

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