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study in Jerez 

Hi, I'm going to Jerez the first two weeks of March, for the Festival. Been away a couple of years. Does anybody have a take on the current teaching status of Fernando Moreno or Balao? Or, to broaden the question, does anyone have any recommendations for guitar private teachers? I've been to Carbonero numerous times, it's time for a change.

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Feb. 14 2009 17:32:04

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RE: study in Jerez (in reply to veet

Hi Veet,
I would recommend Pepe Justicia. He's a great guitarist and a nice chap...and also speaks english if necessary....
Here is his myspace link:



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Feb. 14 2009 23:49:55

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RE: study in Jerez (in reply to veet

you could contact Santiago Moreno through his webpage...
he play for his sister María del Mar Moreno, an accomplished accompanyist, i'm not sure about his solo stuff (if you're interested in that mainly) though, as i never heard him play solo...
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Feb. 15 2009 1:05:20


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RE: study in Jerez (in reply to veet


I'm going to go this Saturday and have been as well organised as ever with sorting out lessons...

I reckon I'll try El Carbonero, but can't find out how to contact him - do you just turn up? or is there a way of contacting him in advance? I know I'm being a bit last minute but would be dead grateful if any of you could tell me,

In return will try to video good stuff while I'm there and post here...



EDIT: just found a phone number - dammit, will have to try my rubbish Spanish out...
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 2 2009 9:34:58
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