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uitar workshops, retreats, recitals and performances
(For information on workshops and retreats go to this page.)

 

Saturday/Sunday, April 1, 2 – Guitar Workshop/Retreat for Women
See this page for a description; email me to reserve a space. Cost: $325  (covers all instruction, materials, meals and snacks)

 

Saturday, April 29, 10:00 – 3:00 – Ukulele! 
Cost: $85, lunch included  Contact Charlotte for details and reservations

 

Saturday, May 13, 10:00 – 2:00 – Improvisation Workshop
Cost: $125, lunch included  Contact Charlotte for details and reservations

 

A note about class limits:

I love conducting workshops in the gazebo, which is not only a beautiful setting, but also is spacious. I try to schedule workshops during good-weather seasons, but in the event of inclement weather we meet in the studio (still lovely!), where fewer students fit comfortably. For that reason, I limit workshop enrollment to 5 participants with a possible 2 more in good weather. If you see that a workshop you are interested in is marked “full”, it’s worth a try to get on the good weather/waiting list. Just ask!

 

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

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

If you have questions about the workshops or would like to register, email me.

 

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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more of those places – and don’t forget to sign up for the free lessons by email, if you haven’t already done so!

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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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