Great For students of all levels

Social Guitar Class

Learn to play and sing your favorite songs in fun and supportive group setting. Next Class starts 2/13

 

 

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Learn Guitar. Make Friends. Have fun!

Welcome to Social Guitar! This group class is open to anyone who’d like to learn to play guitar and sing your favorite songs in a fun and supportive group environment. Each week, your instructor will introduce easy to play acoustic songs from a variety of genres.

Did you know people learn an instrument 3-times faster in a group setting with a teacher than by teaching themselves? Not only is it faster, but you also get structure and the real world experience that only a teacher can provide. And that leads to more fun!

 

Not sure if you’re ready? Contact us for a free consultation.

Social Guitar

Mondays @ 6pm (90 minutes)

6 weeks 2/13 – 3/20 

$225

*Students must enroll in entire series. Class meets weekly on Sundays at noon for 6 weeks. No credits or refunds will be given for missed classes.

Meet your Instructors

Jamey Cummins

“To me, being a musician means constantly honing and evolving your craft. There is no finish line in music and therefore always something new to learn every time you pick up your instrument. With teaching, I try to meet the student at their level, assess their goals, and help put them on a path towards achieving those goals. I hope that my students leave lessons feeling inspired to play, practice, and keep expanding their knowledge. When it comes to the guitar I try to stress the importance of understanding the fundamentals that go beyond the instrument so that when they go to apply a musical technique they don’t get stuck in muscle memory.

I studied music at Blackhawk college, jazz studies at the University of Iowa, and attended several music-education events around the country such as: guitar sessions at Berklee College of Music and Django in June in Northampton MA. As a jazz guitarist, I’ve been invited to perform all over the country at festivals such as Redwood Coast in Eureka CA, Denver Vintage Jazz Festival, Bix Beiderbecke memorial jazz festival in Davenport IA, and the Detroit Jazz Festival among several others.

From Davenport Iowa, I’m inspired by all sorts of things from comedy, film, basketball, and of course the music of all genres. I love when the unexpected happens in the creative process and something becomes much more than you anticipated!”

Brandi Brumfield

Brandi Brumfield is a double alumna of Southeastern Louisiana University and holds a Master’s degree in Music Performance. She is primarily a guitarist who specializes in classical and fingerstyle techniques. Brandi strives to find the most effective way for each individual student to understand the language of their instrument. She demonstrates and encourages strong fundamental techniques that make playing the guitar as simple as possible.
 
Brandi is also a multi-instrumentalist who finds joy in interacting with any instrument she can achieve a pleasant sound from, including: synthesizers and electronic instruments, bass guitar, drums and percussion, singing, and more. Her passion lies in blending modern technology and media with the organic nature of classical music. When she isn’t teaching or practicing music, she enjoys spending quality time with her pets, and is often attending live music shows.

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