Music school strikes a chord with students

GOING SOLO: Phil Mazza says he started the Providence School of Music because he wasn’t satisfied with how he and other teachers were treated as employees of different music schools around the city, where he’s taught off and on since 2002. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
GOING SOLO: Phil Mazza says he started the Providence School of Music because he wasn’t satisfied with how he and other teachers were treated as employees of different music schools around the city, where he’s taught off and on since 2002. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
When the COVID-19 pandemic came to Rhode Island, Phil Mazza feared it could be the end of the music business he established in 2017 called Providence Guitar Academy. A few months before the pandemic, Mazza had just moved into a new location that he built out for $25,000 with a new name, Providence School of…

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