Adult Classical Guitar Program
The Community String Project is now registering adults for beginning and intermediate classical guitar. This session will run for 15-weeks beginning first week of October and running through mid January. All rehearsals take place at Mt. Hope High School. Students must provide their own classical guitar, foot stool and method book. Our recommended dealer is listed below. For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 401-500-1243.
Registration Fee is $225 for 15 week session. Go here to register online and click the button to make payment.
Classes offered are:
Beginning Classical Guitar Ensemble - Virginia Boyle, instructor
Adult students learn classical guitar in a group setting. No previous musical knowledge is needed; ability to read music is helpful but not necessary. Students will learn first position notation, classical guitar technique, right hand PIMA finger style technique, chords, and beginning solo and ensemble classical guitar literature.
Classes held Tuesdays 6:00-7:30 PM at Mt. Hope High School in Bristol, RI.
Intermediate/Advanced Classical Guitar Ensemble - Virginia Boyle, instructor
Designed for intermediate-level adult students who are developing ensemble skills. Prerequisites include the ability to read music in first position, play chords and some knowledge of right hand PIMA rest stroke and free stroke. Students will focus on further developing their skills in right hand fingerstyle technique, position studies, and intermediate solo and ensemble literature.
Classes held Tuesdays 7:30-9:00 PM at Mt. Hope High School in Bristol, RI.
Students must provide their own classical guitar and guitar footstool. (Electric or Acoustic, steel-string guitars are not acceptable.)
Where To Get Class Materials
The books for The Adult Guitar Classes are:
Beginning Class - Enjoy Playing Guitar Tutor Book 1, by Debbie Cracknell new edition, Oxford University Press
Intermediate Class - Enjoy Playing Guitar Tutor Book 2, by Debbie Cracknell new edition, Oxford University Press
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Instruments and additional materials may be purchased at:
Roberts Musical Instruments
687 Quaker Lane
West Warwick, RI
Please feel free to contact the instructor directly with any questions or concerns:
401 787 6578