Guitar Friends

Details

Age: Ages 5-6
Time: Tuesday/Thursday 3:15-4:00 PM, 4:00-4:45 PM | Saturday 10:30-11:15 AM, 11:15-12:00 PM
Duration: 45 minutes / 15 weeks
Cost: $450 / 15-week semester + $230 materials fee (includes 1/4 size guitar, notebook, book and pick)
Currently accepting students for semester: Fall 2018
To Register Register online below or call registration desk at 718.622.3300
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Description

Age: 5 – 6
Type: Group Class
Term: Fall | Spring
Term Length: 15 Weeks
Schedule (Spring):
  • Tuesdays at 3:15pm, 4:00pm
  • Saturdays at 9:30am, 10:15am
Duration: 45 Minutes
Class Size: 4
Price: $495 | $250 Materials Fee (Level 2 Only)
Instructor: Michele Temple (Tuesdays), Benjamin Lee (Saturdays)
Guitar Friends Level 1 (Fall Semester Only) In this class, students learn how to strum chords, pick melodies and develop the motor skills necessary to produce a great sound on the guitar. Students learn introductory songs that lay the foundation for beginner guitar repertoire, developing music skills such as basic notation, rhythm and vocalization. Guitar Friends Level 2 (Spring Semester Only) Students who complete one semester of Guitar Friends Level 1 can continue to develop the basic music skills and techniques necessary for all styles of guitar playing in this class. In addition to strumming chords and picking melodies, students learn beginner guitar repertoire and begin to combine individual parts and perform ensemble pieces, original compositions and improvisations. Students are required to rent or purchase a guitar for this class.
Instrument Friends
In the Community Music School, we encourage our youngest learners to join these engaging group classes, where the low student-to-teacher ratio ensures that students get both individual attention and support from their peers. At this age, students are naturally curious about how instruments create melodies and rhythms. Instrument Friends classes capitalize on this interest to teach essential musical elements such as basic reading, notation and instrumental technique, which are stepping stones toward formal private lessons. At the end of each 15-week semester, students perform in a group recital, building confidence and performance skills that prepare them for private lessons.
Registration Info
Do you want to register for a class? Please call 718-622-3300 to speak to one of our registrars, who will guide you through the registration process and answer any questions you might have. For complete information on our registration process and policies please click here