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Ray Brown
1720 Sunview, Lyndhurst OH, 44124
Instruments: Composition, Drums, Ear Training, Early Music, Electric Bass, Guitar, Handbells, Mallet, Marimba, Other, Percussion, Recording, Theory, Timpani, Ukelele
Styles: Folk - Country - Bluegrass, Rock - Alternative, Blues, Kids
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 20 years
Rate: $40 / hr
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Personal Statement
 
Learn to play guitar, bass and drums with Ray Brown in Lyndhurst, Ohio. A local musician with 20+ years teaching experience, Ray specializes in ear training and building confidence through music. Many of his students have gone on to play professionally and at the college level.

Ray has toured both nationally and internationally throughout his 25+ year professional career, and currently sings lead vocals and plays guitar, bass and drums with 3 local bands. Bringing this experience to the classroom, he instills the passion and excitement of live musical performance in his students. Ray also has extensive experience teaching children and adults with special needs.

All ages and abilities welcome!

Let's ROCK!
 


 

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