Calendar

Guitar workshops, retreats, recitals and performances

 

Ukulele Saturday, September 29, 2:00 – 4:00  In this beginning ukulele class you will learn how to properly hold, tune, make chords  and strum the ukulele and you will leave being able to play songs! If you don’t yet have an instrument, feel free to contact me about borrowing one (as available) or for advice on buying one. No class limit. Cost: $45

 

Beginning Guitar  Saturday, October 13, 2:00 – 4:00  In this workshop, you will not only move quickly through the first stage of playing, you will also learn how to get the most out of your practice at home. In addition, you will discover how to play with other musicians. Be prepared to make tremendous progress in a short time, and have a lot of fun doing it! Class limit: 10; Cost: $55

 

Improvise! Saturday, November 3, 2:00 – 4:00  (Open to players of any instrument.) This workshop will open up your musical mind and set you on a lifelong path to creating music in ways you may never have thought you could. It’s a lot of fun and no pressure! Class limit 8; Cost: $65

 

All workshops will be held in Wimberley, Texas. If you have questions or would like to register, email me.  

For more detailed information on workshops and retreats, go to the Guitar Workshops and Retreats page.

To inquire about an intensive (3 – 5 days of one-on-one study), please contact me with your requests.

 

Please feel free to request a guitar workshop date or location. I am happy to design a workshop to fit your needs.

 

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To inquire about private lessons or workshops with Charlotte, contact us.

For dates of upcoming workshops, retreats, and performances, click here.

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