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John Huber & Friends

7 Nicholas Place
Newport News, VA

(757) 218-3000
Qualified band instructors. Our specialties include specialize in music lessons. We can assist you with cello, classes, classic guitar, music lessons, music theory, sheet music, teach finishing students, teach guitar, trombone, viola and violins.


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