Studio gets In the Groove

Roxy Roth is expanding her groove. The talented music teacher and In the Groove Studio owner is expanding her business

Roxy Roth is expanding her groove.

The talented music teacher and In the Groove Studio owner is expanding her business with the hiring of Blair Shier to teach guitar lessons.

Roth has taught piano, voice, music therapy, preschool classes and Music together For Toddlers and Infants. A graduate of Capilano University in North Vancouver where she studied music therapy, Roth came to Salmon Arm seven years ago, believing she could find a niche for the style of teaching she wanted to do.

For information, visit www.inthegroovestudio.ca or call 250-515-2966.

 

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