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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2006 11:54 am 
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Hi, I am looking for a pennywhistle teacher in the Surrey/Vancouver area. I'm willing to travel within the Lower Mainland for lessons. Please email me at journeywild@bluebottle.com if you are interested. Thank you!


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Cola wrote:
Hi, I am looking for a pennywhistle teacher in the Surrey/Vancouver area. I'm willing to travel within the Lower Mainland for lessons. Please email me at journeywild@bluebottle.com if you are interested. Thank you!


I'm here in east Van, and I could probably help you get started, although I wouldn't call myself a full-on whistle teacher.

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Cola,
Try calling Prussin Music in Vancouver, at Dunbar and Broadway. Ask if Norah is teaching again. One of the finest whistle players I have ever heard, and she's a professional music teacher as well.
Best of luck,
Mike


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Try calling Prussin Music in Vancouver, at Dunbar and Broadway. Ask if Norah is teaching again. One of the finest whistle players I have ever heard, and she's a professional music teacher as well.
Best of luck,
Mike


I took lessons from Norah too (but didn't practice nearly enough). I believe she's in Ireland at present, possibly studying the fiddle.

Try Celtic Woollens (3754 West 10th - about a block from Prussin). Celtic Woolens music school has a session in the Wolf and Hound (next door to Prussin) on Mondays.


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