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Savios Music Academy

NESTOR, Behind Police QTRS Chicalim, Mormugao, India- 403711.

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I have been passionate about teaching music as long as I can remember. Have trained and sent numerous students for international grade exam, including rock school, trinity college london grade exams. And yes, I do teach all the instruments myself, namely, guitar, keyboards, drums, piano, violin, pop vocals.. All in various genres. Over the years I have pursued 100% excellence in my methods and continue to do so even today. So join me to experience a 100% excellent music lesson covering every aspect you can think of.

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NESTOR, Behind Police QTRS

1st Floor

Chicalim, Mormugao, India- 403711.

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"How much time wud it take come to to a state of practicing tunes if flute is learned and practiced fir 3-4 days a week..?" in   Music/Instrumental Music/Flute

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Western Classical Music classes
Saxophone Classes
Trumpet classes
Mouth Organ Classes
Double Bass classes
Flute Classes
Concert Flute classes
Keyboard Classes
Violin Classes
Piano Classes
Drums Classes
Guitar Classes

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Savios Music Academy conducts classes in Concert Flute, Double Bass and Drums. It is located in Chicalim, Mormugao. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute.

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