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Childbloom Northeast Georgia announces summer camp faculty

By Staff
BUFORD - Childbloom Northeast Georgia announced it's Summer Guitar Camp 2014 faculty Thursday - a mix of local music teachers and national touring artists in residence. <br /> <br /> This years lineup includes Spirit Wind recording artist, Native American flute player David Rose; veteran concert guitarist Russell Ferrara, and Dana Rice of the Fame School here in Dacula. Leading the faculty will be Derwyn Browne, director of the Childbloom Northeast Georgia program.<br /> <br /> The curriculum of the camp offers a range of musical classes in rhythm, chord progressions, improvisation and more. <br /> <br /> For further information contact Childbloom at 678-889-2177 or visit http://www.childbloomgne.com.
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