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Flamenco Teacher NY ? 

Hi Everyone,

I know this may have been asked already in the forum & i used the search feature. Pardon my newness here but due to human nature - people, lives & their circumstances change. I am looking for updated information on a Flamenco Guitar teacher, can anyone recommend a Flamenco Guitar teacher in NY ?

A more focused area would be NYC or Westchester County or surrounding areas. I can travel to & from location.

Any suggestions would be of great help as I believe a face to face teacher would be far more valuable than online or Skype lessons.

Thanks Ernesto
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 9 2014 0:33:33

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RE: Flamenco Teacher NY ? (in reply to Ernest69

Talk to jg7238, he's a technical monster.


  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 9 2014 5:03:05

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From: New York

RE: Flamenco Teacher NY ? (in reply to Leñador

Thanks Hermano!

By the way i have been searching on the forum past posts regarding books, materials, beginners etc here on the forum to head in the right direction. Lots of information. I'll be looking into JM stuff and have the 1st green book of Granados. So I think I'm in the right place. The threads are old date back to 2009 but I'm assuming regardless of the date of the post the material is still relevant.
I agree with Ricardo on another thread that basic structure,compas,technique etc is very important. Or if im expressing this correctly traditional flamenco is of high value that will allow a begining guitarist to play very well later on.

Anyway back to searching & review posts. I'll hit the person up you suggested

Again thanks
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 9 2014 6:23:42


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RE: Flamenco Teacher NY ? (in reply to Ernest69

You can also try ProminentCritic, I think he covers those areas as well.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 9 2014 9:21:34
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