Beginner's Guitar Course
Students ages 6 to 18 learn to perform solo, duet and ensemble pieces in a group setting.
Instructors choose the required materials to promote the best learning environment.
Beginner's Guitar Class I is a 10-week course designed for the beginner looking to
learn the basics of music notation, chords, picking and strumming technique. Students
learn to perform solo, duet and ensemble pieces in a group setting. Instructors choose
the required materials to promote the best learning environment. All ages are welcome.
Adult classes are sometimes offered if there is sufficient interest.
Classes meet every Friday at the USC School of Music building (room 008). A concert
takes place on the last day of the course, giving students an opportunity to perform
and share what they learned with their peers and guests.
After completing the beginner’s course, students have an opportunity to continue their
education by applying to another session of the class offered in the spring term or
by applying for private lessons (recommended).
Fridays, January 15–March 18, 2016
Guitar class I 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
School of Music, room 008
$175 plus a classroom material fee of $5. There is a no-make-up policy for this course.
If you miss a class you will not receive extra time or a refund for the missed class.
A minimum enrollment of 4 students is required for the course, and full refunds are
made if this is not met.
Students must provide their own instrument beginning the first day of class – an acoustic
guitar with nylon or steel strings or an electric guitar with an amplifier. An acoustic
guitar with nylon strings is recommended for beginners. Carolina Music Studios Policies
For more information, email Carolina Music Studios or call 803-777-5381.
Community Guitar Faculty