Hi from NOVA (Washington DC area)

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JTanner
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Hi from NOVA (Washington DC area)

Post by JTanner » Sat Aug 24, 2019 11:52 am

Hey everyone

I live in Loudoun County - Ashburn. It is a suburb of Washington DC basically. I teach high school guitar at two different public schools, been doing it for 28 years (wow). Studied with a few people in the area (Glen Caluda, Jeff Meyerriecks). I play a 2003 spruce David Daily guitar, beautiful guitar.

Used to play a lot, moved into composing for schools and early ensembles - basically intermediate to somewhat advanced levels. First piece was published by Class Guitar Resources and then moved to Funky Bear Music. Moved back into playing again (found I missed it - playing in class just isn’t the same) and I’m getting a bit more time on my hands so I’ll start composing again as well.

Right now, I’ve been working on/playing Home by Andrew York (great piece), Terra - Kindle, Mertz Tarantella, some Carcassi, Giuliani and Sor, along with an assortment of other things.

I’ve lurked occasionally on these boards but never registered, so I guess I’m coming out of the woodwork, lol

Jeff
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Re: Hi from NOVA (Washington DC area)

Post by Erik Zurcher » Sat Aug 24, 2019 12:03 pm

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Re: Hi from NOVA (Washington DC area)

Post by soltirefa » Sat Aug 24, 2019 2:35 pm

I guess NOVA means Northern Virginia.

There has been a very good series on the Planets on NOVA recently. Truly fascinating. One in particular was on the Cassini spacecraft that explored Saturn and its moons. One moon has a salt water ocean with thermal vents. It's the most likely place in the solar system (other than Earth) to have life.

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Re: Hi from NOVA (Washington DC area)

Post by JTanner » Sun Aug 25, 2019 10:58 am

Lol yeah northern Virginia :)
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