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Alpha School of Music

2208 Crescent Street
Astoria, NY
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(718) 204-8757

Our specialties include guitar, piano, professional teachers and violin. We can assist you with guitar, instruction: piano, professional teachers and violin. Voice & bouzouki, we accept all ages.


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