Guitar | PianoBryan Dedlow
After obtaining his Jazz Guitar Performance Degree, Bryan continues to perform with entertainment booking companies at weddings, events, and restaurants.
His teaching style is much like his personal approach to life: slow and steady wins the race. He is patient, a great listener, and genuinely interested in introducing and familiarizing students with any style of music that interests them!
Bryan also enjoys longboard surfing, cooking, and gardening.
Music & Education
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