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Levee Studios moving downtown

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Levee Studios is known around town as a hub for the creative and talented. By providing music lessons, performances, and video production, they are responsible for showcasing some of our area's up and coming talent.

"We feel like we have a niche in the music community as far as bringing up kids that want to  learn how to play an instrument", says Co-owner Vince Dittore.

The Levee has big plans to move downtown to 100 Pine Avenue next month, they believe this move will be beneficial to their business.

Dittore says, "Albany supports us and we want to support Albany so I think moving down town makes sense because its like us."

Thirteen year old Caitlin Gutierrez has been attending classes at Levee for 2 years and says it her second home.

"When I come here I feel like I can totally be myself whenever I come here it feel like my home."

She feels like the move will get the studio a lot more publicity and out of this small corner of the shopping center on Dawson road, giving it the attention it deserves.

"Some people usually think its just like a little place but over here downtown they'll see it and I think it will be way more for the advertisement."

With this and other potential businesses moving downtown Albany may actually see the bustling vision that we all hope to see.

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