Does not include service & handling fees, if applicable.
Children will learn basic guitar technique and the fundamentals of music.
*Important Note: The beginner section is only for students who have never taken a Group Guitar class. If your students has taken one of the Group Guitar classes please register them for a “continuing” section.
Student should bring their guitar, a folder, and guitar tuner to class each week. Student must own their own guitar and it is recommended that students under 7 years old use a ½ size guitar preferably a nylon string acoustic guitar. It is expected that students will practice at home for 10 minutes a day at least 5 days a week.
Class is limited to six students.
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Guitarist Andrew Hartman is active as a performer, composer and educator in the New York City area. Performing as a bandleader and sideman, Hartman regularly works in a variety of genres, including jazz, rock and pop, and music theatre. His albums Compass and Andrew Hartman and Still Motion feature his original music arranged and performed in trio, quartet and quintet settings.
Group Guitar / Ages 6-7
Group Guitar (Continuing) / Ages 6-8
Group Guitar / Ages 7-8
Guitar Crash Course (Beginner)
Group Ukulele (Continuing) / Ages 7-8
Guitar Crash Course (Intermediate)
Guitarist Max Zuckerman is a multifaceted guitarist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. He received his Master of Music Degree from the Yale School of Music where he studied with Benjamin Verdery. Max is also a graduate of the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore where he earned both a Bachelors of Music and a Graduate Performance Degree in the studio of Manuel Barrueco.
In 2002, at the American String Teachers’ Association national competition, Max won first prize in his division (under 18 guitar) and Grand Prize for all string instruments in the under ...
In 2002, at the American String Teachers’ Association national competition, Max won first prize in his division (under 18 guitar) and Grand Prize for all string instruments in the under 18 division. In March 2003, Max won first prize in the Portland Guitar Festival Solo Guitar Competition. In the spring of 2009, Max premiered a new work by Matthew Cmiel commissioned by the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society in Baltimore and that fall he was the featured performer in the New York City Classical Guitar Society Second Sundays Concert Series at the Roger Smith Hotel in New York.
In the fall of 2010, Max made his Carnegie Hall debut premiering Sam Adams’ Tension Study #1 for electric guitar and percussion. Max has received awards in the Appalachian State Guitar Competition, Montreal Guitar Festival and Competition, Sierra Nevada Guitar Competition and was awarded First Prize in the Middle Tennessee State University Guitar Festival and Competition. This past year he performed the Villa-Lobos Concerto with both the Bay-Atlantic Symphony and the Panama National Symphony. While maintaining his classical repertoire, Max enjoys collaborating with other musicians and composers in a wide variety of styles, from the avant-garde to popular music.
Max Zuckerman, guitar
Group Guitar / Ages 9-11