Mon, Apr 1
6:15pm - 7:15pm
Meets 4 Times
3 classes have spots left
Adults new to guitar study learn guitar technique through the study of a variety of music styles in these small classes. Students have the opportunity to perform in concerts at the School.
Monday Apr 1st, 6:15pm - 7:15pm(4 sessions)
Group Classes are an economical way for students of all ages to learn music. The National Conservatory of Arts offers group classes in piano, voice, violin, guitar, cello, drum set, and African Drumming.
Tuesday Apr 2nd, 6:30pm - 7:45pm(4 sessions)
This camp will focus on the following instruments: Didgeridoo, Drums, Guitar, Xylophone, Hand Bells, French Horn, Pan Flute & Chinese Gong. Here are our 2018-2019 Schedule: October 8th - Didgeridoo October 25th - Drums October 26th (Half-Day) - Maracas November 6th - Guitar January 22nd (Half-Day) - Kazoo January 23rd ...
Thursday Apr 4th, 9:30am - 3pm
From Blues to Bob Dylan to Beatles to Bono and Beyond (and even Beyonce too). Expand your guitar technique and repertoire while playing great music with others. We all pick suitable songs and learn to play them as individuals and as a group too. Ukuleleists welcome too. Bring guitar and notebook.
So you’ve taken beginning guitar or you’ve been playing for a while and want to get to the next level. Learn some finger picking and other techniques that will make your playing more interesting. Use these skills to play songs you love. Bring guitar and notebook.
Learn a few chords and strums; you’ll be playing satisfying versions of your favorite songs in this fun class. You know a lot about music just from years of listening. Use that knowledge and you’ll be playing by ear in no time at all. Bring guitar and notebook.
Learn to play your favorite holiday songs in this fun workshop. Chords and words will be provided as well as tips on leading a group sing-a-long. Seasonal music spans the ages and styles and is a great way to improve your playing. Bring your guitar/ukulele and voice.
Covers techniques of accompaniment for jigs, reels, hornpipes, etc., with focus on rhythm patterns, constructing chord progressions. Well-known session tunes serve as examples. Also discussed: "session survival," playing in an ensemble. Recording device helpful. Must provide own instrument.
Beginner swing lesson with Sue and Gary 8:30-9pm, dance 9pm-12midnight One woman, a buncha guitars, and a whole lotta blue smoke. Using both acoustic and electric guitars, Gina DeSimone and the Moaners serve up a spicy mix of finger-snapping fun, jazzy blues and smoky folk guitar that's just perfect for swing dance fun.
Explore some of the three thousand artworks in SAAM’s Luce Center while listening to up-and-coming local bands. This month, Luce Unplugged hosts local band Bat Fangs, as they recall the rock icons of the 80’s with their catchy lyrics and raucous guitar riffs. Libations and snacks available for purchase from an on-site bar. Presented in collaboration...
Beginner swing lesson with Sue and Gary 8:30-9pm, dance 9pm-12midnight, $15 All Wheel Jive plays good time, dancin’ music, including East Coast and West Coast Swing, Jump Blues, Rockabilly, Rock and Roll, Chicago and Texas Blues, and a little Latin Loop de Loo. Bandleader, Brian Gross on guitar/vocals, and Roger Edsall, harmonica player-extraordinaire/vocalist,...
Juniors: grades K (age 6) - 3 The general performing and fine arts summer program, for which students may register for 1 week or all 4 weeks, provides you with a rich and diverse experience in the arts. At the heart of the program is the Fine Arts Studio, a course that investigates culture, as well as masterpieces of famous artists from around the...