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Old 03-17-2010, 04:54 AM
Jonathan F. Eis-Figueroa Jonathan F. Eis-Figueroa is offline
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Default Just can't stop playing with my wood ...

Hopefully that got some readers (college writing is good for something ... a hook sentence!)

I'm a freshman here and I notice that there is a significant lack in our percussion area from the students who may know how to play and don't come out
or want to play and don't think they are good enough.

I'm reaching out to anyone willing to learn. I'd like to turn you into a drummer no charge just an hour or two here and there to get ready for the concert with the Wind Ensemble.

I know what you're thinking WIND Ensemble needs percussionists?! YES!! We have multiple parts that are often crucial to the whole of the ensemble.

To anyone willing to learn contact me at jeisfigueroa@drew.edu

I can teach any instrument and you can even be ready to play for the concert this semester!

Wind Ensemble meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-8:30 (not this Thursday 3/18) in the concert hall.

Contact me or stop by and see what it's all about

Broaden yourself and learn an instrument BEGINNERS WELCOME!!
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