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      About John "Wheels" Wheeldon

      John Wheeldon
      John "Wheels" Wheeldon
      Music Teacher, Master
      Location: Marlton, NJ
      Speaks: English
      Instructs: Baritone, French Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba, Voice
      Education: Rowan University, Rutgers University
      Performance Experience: Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey, South Jersey Wind Symphony, Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, Boston Early Music Festival, Eli August and the Abandoned Buildings, Knaves of Whyt's End, Pieces of 8
      Teaching Philosophy: Music is played, not labored. My goal is to show students how fun learning their instrument can be so that students WANT to practice.

      Get to know John "Wheels" Wheeldon

      Often performing under the stage name "Wheels", John Wheeldon has had a wide range of musical experience spanning from early classical to alt rock on a variety of instruments.  Some of his favorite oddities of experience include Wagner tuba with the folk rock band The Abandoned Buildings, mellophone with alt rock band The Rose West, and krumhorn with the Collegium Musicum at Rowan University.  With 30 instruments and counting under his belt, he always looks to expend his understanding of music and teach these ideas and more to a new generation of musicians.  Currently, he offers lessons on brass instruments such as trumpet, french horn, baritone/euphonium, etc.

      John "Wheels" Wheeldon teaches at:
      742 W Route 70
      Marlton, NJ 08053
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