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Any teachers offering lessons in the Portland area? Let me know!
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farmerjones wrote:Any teachers offering lessons in the Portland area? Let me know!
I am not from Portland, I'm east coaster, but, I came across this site while surfing. You might inquire there in with members who can recommend someone. Check their calendar as it has various events listed. Good luck. :)

http://www.portlandceilisociety.org/

And there is always Skype lessons thru the internet.
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Have you tried getting in touch with Hanz Araki? I'm curious if he occasionally teaches or if he's just too busy performing all the time.
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Brenda Scearcy--brendascearcy@hevanet.com is an excellent penny whistle teacher in Portland!
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+1 for Brenda Scearcy. She has flexible lesson times and has current openings. Highly recommended by others in the area.
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