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Seton Hill University - Music Department & Concert Info

Greensburg, PA
15601

(724) 838-4280
 
Our specialties include adults, organ, piano, voice and youths. Taught by professional faculty members for youth-adults-all experience levels piano-organ-voice (minimum age 14, woodwind-brass-string-percussion, member national guild of community schools.

 

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