Swallow Hill's Julie Davis School of Music, which starts 2012 classes on January 3, is expanding its Core Programs, something that was previously only used in the Core Guitar Program. The teaching style, which focuses on students playing songs on their instruments right away, is designed for the beginner with no prior experience. For 2012, Swallow Hill will bring the Core concept to fiddle, ukulele, banjo, mandolin and harmonica and will expand in the future. For more information, visit Swallow Hill's web site.
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