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John O.

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Good flamenco guitar teachers in Utr... 

Hey everyone!

A student of mine will be moving back home to Utrecht at the end of the month. She's been my student for a few years and we've gone through all the standard palos, I'd say she's a good intermediate level. She's more into solo playing but compás and traditional structures are important to her, too. More the play-along type than with notes or tab.

Anyone have any suggestions I could give her?

Regards,
John

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Dude, you're still alive?

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John O.

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Define "alive"

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Able to post here, unless you have bots doing your dirty work.

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John O.

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Oh that! I've always been able to post here - I just didn't

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 10 2019 20:23:20
 
gerundino63

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RE: Good flamenco guitar teachers in... (in reply to John O.

Hi John,

John Fillmore is a very good teacher with a lot of experiance. One of the first that gradiated at the flamenco concervatory in Rotterdam with Paco Peña. If I am correct, native english, teaching in Amsterdam at “la guitarra buena” a guitar shop, but also in Utrecht.

http://www.johnfillmoreguitar.com/

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John O.

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Super, thanks!

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