Michael Belajonas
146 Terrace Road, Bayport NY, 11705
Instruments: Composition, Guitar, Theory
Styles: Classical, Jazz, Rock - Alternative, Blues
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 25 years
Rate: $55 / hr
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Personal Statement
I am currently an Associate Professor of Music at Suny Suffolk. I possess a Master of Music in Classical Guitar as well as a Master of Arts in Music Theory and Composition. I have studied and performed all styles of music and have a wealth of experience teaching in various settings with students of all ages and levels of ability. I love my career and really enjoy sharing my passion for the guitar with all of my students many of which are professional musicians themselves as well as being professional music educators teaching in various school districts throughout New York. I will make my resume'of performing and teaching experience as well as professional references available to you at your request. Hear examples of my playing at RJ DiCarlo I am a member of the GFA, College Music Society, and The Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society. Three times listed in "Who's Who Among America's Teachers". I am also on the Advisory Board of the Long Island Classical Guitar Society .


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