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Mark Tonelli Pt. 2 - On Traveling to Brazil to Teach, to Learn, and to Experience
Episode 1622nd September 2022 • The Musician's Venture • Allison Emm
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On this episode, Allison talks again with Mark Tonelli - artist, author, songwriter and professor. Since speaking 7 months ago, Mark recaps with us his trip to Brazil. He spent his time playing soccer, immersing in the language, and teaching electric guitar. Tune in to hear about his adventures!

Find more info about Mark at:

www.mtonalmusic.com

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