Hi everyone from Dallas - Fort Worth, Tx

billy robertson

Hi everyone from Dallas - Fort Worth, Tx

Post by billy robertson » Fri Sep 25, 2015 4:51 pm

My name is Billy Robertson and am looking forward to being involved with this community of players!

I have finally been able to spend more time learning and studying classical guitar after being away from it for a few years. I always try to keep my technique going but find I need 3 to 4 hrs a day to make the progress I want see.

I have a degree in music, played professionally and taught classical and jazz at the University of Texas at Arlington for about 5 years.

My current work is to get all my music into shape so I can play the pieces I love on solo and small group gigs in the Dallas and Fort Worth area. I love Bach, Barrios, the Beatles, and a lot of jazz.

It is amazing to me how many great resources are available through Youtube and sites like this, so I am really looking forward to learning and participating here.

Billy Robertson

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Re: Hi everyone from Dallas - Fort Worth, Tx

Post by Marko Räsänen » Fri Sep 25, 2015 5:00 pm

Hello Billy, and welcome to Delcamp forum!

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