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"Music Lessons for Less" Website now online (Grand Rapids Metro)

www.GRMusicLessons.com

I'm a seasoned professional musician, former member of the GR Symphony, University of Michigan Symphony Band & Wind Ensemble, Ray Gill Jazz Band, River City Jazz Band, GRCC Dixieland Band, former worship leader at Grandville A/G, now attend Georgetown Christian Fellowship, playing in their band, University of Michigan Graduate (music major), and I specialize in teaching.

I teach my students how to apply learning theory to their practice habits, so they can make the most rapid progress possible. I also tailor my instruction to help you achieve YOUR goals. Two of my sons, at age 12, were playing in the adult worship team. I had 40 students/week for several years, and now have openings for students, and I love to teach.

Lessons take place in our dining room, where parents are welcome to observe, or you may relax in our living room, adjacent to the dining room. Or I can come to your home, if you wish. Here is a list of the instruments I play & can help you with:

...............Cornet / Trumpet .........(Professional level)
..............Saxophone.....................(Professional level)
.............Flute................................(School & church level)
............Clarinet.............................(School & church level)
...........Trombone...........................(School & church level)
..........Piano....................................(Beginning & intermediate)
.........Guitar (Acoustic & Bass)......(Beginning & intermediate)

My motto is:

. . . . "Music Lessons for Less . . . . a Plan for Every Budget" (Spread the Word!)

Please e-mail to request a resume, references, or ask any questions you may have. You can also get more info on my Website - www.GRMusicLessons.com, or my Facebook page (my Facebook name is "Thomas Clare").

I look forward to hearing from you.


Sincerely,
Tom Buffham
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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