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Piano Studio of James Queen

1710 South Park Street
San Angelo, TX
76901
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325-658-5447

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jlqueen1@gte.net
 
Dr. James Queen is a career musician with years of experience teaching students of all ages. He is also the Choirmaster and Organist for Emmanuel Episcopal Church in San Angelo, TX

 

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