Guitar Lessons Plectrum / Classical Guitar

Our guitar lessons include for plectrum and classical guitars. We have an excellent guitar teaching staff and teach guitar lessons in many styles and chording.

Many of our teachers actively perform in bands. Our guitar teachers have college or university music degrees so they know how to teach the proper theory and technique no matter if a student is interested in metal or in classical. Guitar lessons at our schools are enhanced by the opportunity of learning how to jam with other musicians in a band setting (summer camps) put together by the instructors or how to perform solo.

No matter what type of guitar lessons you are interested in, we have the teachers to help you. Typically a student would be 6 and-a-half years old before starting guitar lessons, due to their hand size, but some younger students start with a junior sized guitar. Our guitar lessons are lengths are 2 hour in a week.

Our group guitar lessons are meant for students who are motivated by, or just enjoy working as part of a team. The social interaction helps these students stay motivated and challenged in a supportive, friendly environment. Each class is a 2 hour in a week session and limited to just 8 students per class.

The class room is set up as a guitar workshop with each student bringing his or her own guitar to the class each week. Students can choose either acoustic or classical guitars for their class. Students will either progress into the next group level lessons. These classes are meant for beginner level students. Group guitar classes are offered for students ages 7-18


WHY LEARN GUITAR?


Guitars are nearly ubiquitous in modern music, showing up in jazz, rock, pop, country, and other styles of music. As such, they are very versatile instruments.

Countless studies sing the developmental praises of learning a musical instrument, with benefits as wide ranging as better memory and improved math skills. Learning guitar, in particular, can teach students chord progression and other fundamentals of musical theory alongside musical benefits that come from studying other instruments. It’s easy to begin playing the guitar, but there are always new techniques for advanced students to master.


Kids Achievements

Music lessons to boost your child's academic Achievements. Music is widely believed to have many benefits for children beyond those within the realm of music itself. These benefits are thought to contribute importantly to development by improving intellectual, motor, and social abilities and skills.


Why Study Music?

Families enroll their children in music lessons for many different reasons. Often a primary goal is the development of a lifelong love of music. The study of music also brings many advantages. Music inspires innovation, self-motivation, independence, responsibility, and empathy, and opens a world of infinite possibilities and positive solutions to children.

The study of music builds quantifiable skills, as well. The development of attention, memory, and spatial-temporal skills creates a solid foundation that children transfer to other areas. Researchers have discovered that children who receive music instruction score higher in verbal and nonverbal subtests on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale.
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