By Mandolin Cafe
October 8, 2010 - 11:00 am
Traverse City, Mich. — Don Julin, instructor, performer and composer of music for film has announced he is accepting a limited number of students for lessons over the internet using Skype.
Don has been part of the Northern Michigan Music scene since the early 80s and has taught master classes at Blissfest, Classical Mandolin Society of America conferences, New Direction Cello Association conferences and at the Cesare Pollini Conservatory of Music in Italy. His music has appeared in films, television, commercial radio, live productions and even ringtones. He has studied arranging and film scoring and has a certificate in arranging from Berklee College of Music.
Lesson content covers traditional American music styles such as Blues, Jazz, Country, Bluegrass and Rock. The student will need access to reliable and modern up-to-date equipment that includes web cam, microphone and a high speed connection. Prior experience and ability to read standard notation and/or tablature is preferred but not required. Students should be able to pay online (PayPal preferred). Hourly rate is $60.00.
Don Julin's free lessons on YouTube
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