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Ramón Guerra

Teaches at Meadowood: Wednesday and Thursday afternoons and evenings


Ramón, a talented violinist (fiddler), violist, cellist, and bassist, will be teaching at Meadowood on Wednesdays 2-7 PM and Thursday 3-7 PM, and is accepting new students now.

Ramón teaches beginning through master violin, viola, cello, bass, and bass guitar. He loves and plays many styles of music including Classical and Folk. He teaches all ages, but has vast experience teaching and conducting young string players.


Born in Bolivar City, Venezuela, Ramón 
is considered to be the musical ambassador of the country, probably because of is extensive involvement with international youth orchestras and the National System of Youth and Children's Orchestras of Venezuela since 1986.


Ramón has directed orchestras in Venezuela

[Simon Bolivar del Tachira, Chacao Youth Symphony, Venezuela Metal Ensemble, El Tigre Youth Symphony, Anzoategui Metropolitan Philharmonic, Ciudad Bolivar Children and Youth Symphony, Antonio Lauro Bolivar State Symphony, Yaracuy Youth Symphony, Edo Youth Symphony. Lara, Youth Symphony Angel Mottola of Anzoategui State]

and in other countries

[Symphony Orchestra of the Autonomous University of the State of Hidalgo (Mexico), Youth Symphony of Boa Vista (Brazil), Children and Youth Symphony of Trujillo, Chimbote and Barro (Peru), String Ensemble of Medellin (Colombia), String Ensemble of Cochabamba (Bolivia), Ensambles and Orchestras of: Tlaxcala, Oaxaca, puebla, Celaya, Naucalpan, Cuernavaca, Hidalgo, T epotzotlan, Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexico Ybarte del Norte, T ampico, Morelia, Chihuahua, Querétaro, Baja California, (Mexico)]. 


We are so glad that Ramón is now one of the fine teachers at Meadowood.  


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