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Floyd Music School

2065 Locust St.
Floyd, VA
24091
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540-745-4517

floydmusicschool.com
mitchmusic@swva.net
 
Floyd Music School teaches students of all disciplines to read and write a variety of music, emphasizing our heritage mountain music. Instruction on violin/fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo, bass, piano, flute, and voice.

 

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