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TGerman

 

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Teachers in New York? 

Hey Guys,

I'm wondering if anyone knows a good teacher here in New York, preferably on Long Island but if not that's ok. If I can't find one the next step would be skype lessons, but for now I would prefer face to face.

Thanks everyone.
Todd
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Ricardo

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RE: Teachers in New York? (in reply to TGerman

Pedro cortes jr.
Roberto Castellon jr.
Carlos Revollar
Arturo Martinez
Rafael Brune

contact Luthier music.

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Ramon Amira

 

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RE: Teachers in New York? (in reply to TGerman

I teach classical and flamenco guitar in New York. www.RamonAmiraGuitars.com

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TGerman

 

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RE: Teachers in New York? (in reply to TGerman

Thank you both very much!
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jg7238

 

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RE: Teachers in New York? (in reply to TGerman

All the names listed by Ricardo are great choices. There is an Argentinian flamenco guitarist by the name of Jose Maria Moreno with whom I took lessons years ago in the NYC area who is great. He is a top notch player but he was always busy touring with his band. Not sure where he is now though.
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Adam

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RE: Teachers in New York? (in reply to TGerman

Where on Long Island are you? I don't know of any flamenco teachers there (you have to go to the city) but I'm happy to jam or show you some things when I'm there (usually for a few weeks in December and in the summer, visiting family).
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