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#354846 - 12/03/07 10:57 AM Piano Lessons at Grad School for Amateur Musician
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By way of introduction, I am 18 years old and a senior at Ball State University in Physics and Pre-Med with minors in French, Mathematics, and Chemistry.

By way of explanation, I attended Ball State University because I graduated from High School at age 15 and was too young to go away for school. Happy coincidence placed my school as one of the top 22 physics programs in the nation.

I plan to enroll in a Ph.D. Program in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics this fall at a research institution. I hear back about applications early next year.

I want to continue my piano studies at that time. I have studied with a professor at my university for the past five years and studied the piano generally since age 6, or 12 years. I was planning on trying to find a graduate student from my school or a school nearby who was willing to teach me.

So, how would I go about doing this? If you need specific institutions, I could provide the schools I applied to.

Daniel
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#354847 - 12/03/07 12:31 PM Re: Piano Lessons at Grad School for Amateur Musician
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But how big is your ____? That's the
only thing that matters for a guy.

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#354848 - 12/03/07 12:35 PM Re: Piano Lessons at Grad School for Amateur Musician
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Wallet? That depends on a lot of things, but I could make do, and the prices will vary from place to place, will they not?
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