An independent artisan workshop dedicated to the design and construction of classical guitars, as well as restoration and repair of fine or historic instruments. Located in Baltimore. Please visit the shop via appointment.
[more info] Offering classical guitars exclusively, which range from world class concert instruments, to entry level guitars and undersized instruments for children.
Also, sheet music, CD's, strings, all accessories, and instruction. Operated for over 20 years by Mike Kirkpatrick, former president of the BCGS.
Visit our Baltimore location at 4607 Maple Avenue, Baltimore, MD, 21227, 410-242-2744, firstname.lastname@example.org, or order online, http://www.kirkpatrickguitar.com
[more info] Ben Sherman is a classically trained, professional guitarist, with over 20 years of experience providing music for weddings, receptions, corporate and special events, in Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
Ben has performed thousands of gigs over the years in a broad variety of styles. His professional activities also include a full-time teaching schedule and a recording career, having produced three CDs. Ben has been honored many times for his achievements on the guitar, including a feature in Guitar Player magazine and winning Best Instrumental Musician in the Music Monthly Readers' Poll.
Contact: 410-259-4982 or email@example.com
Website, with soundclips and more info: http://www.benshermanguitar.com/classical
With over 15 years of university and private teaching experience behind him, he has formed his own unique teaching method called the Zen Method of Classical Guitar. He has studied at Juilliard, Indiana University and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. For more information about lessons in Baltimore, please go to his website at http://baltimoreclassicalguitar.com or call 917-725-4169
We offer private lessons in guitar, ukulele, bass, violin, viola, cello, flute, saxophone, clarinet, and piano. With an emphasis on classical guitar, guitar lessons are a wonderful resource for beginner, intermediate, and advanced players of any age looking to advance their skills. Lessons focus on musicainship, technique, note reading, solo playing, and ensemble skills.
Contact us at 443-687-7000, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website for more information: http://www.baltimoreschoolofmusic.org.
David Reynolds has directed players to participate in degree programs throughout the country. Over one-half of the students are adults taking lessons in acoustic and classical guitar. In addition, there is a strong children's program (Calle El Dorado) featuring ensemble playing and stressing proper technique.
A classical guitar program in Baltimore for kids as young as four, using the Suzuki method and directed by guitarist Zoe Johnstone Stewart . Students receive instruction in a weekly private lesson as well as a group class in a fun, nurturing environment.
For more information please visit http://www.evergreen-academy.com
[more info] I've been playing guitar since I was nine and piano since I was fifteen. I studied with numerous private instructors and at Towson University. My most influential classical guitar teachers included Ray Chester and Franco Platino. Among my jazz instructors were Ed Stringer, Gus Harris, Hank Levy, and Greg Hatza.
I teach classical and jazz guitar. I also teach bass and piano, as well as music theory and arranging utilizing the latest PC technology. I see between 40 and 50 students a week and welcome all ages and experience levels.
For more information, click here: http://frank-dalzell.tripod.com/
In addition to her teaching Ms. White-Bondhus is on the Board of Directors of Maryland State Music Teacher’s Association, past MSMTA Theory Chair, Vice-President of Publications, and GLMTA President and is currently the Vice-President of Greater MTA.
Ms. Bondhus is currently directing the junior choir at Oakridge Community Church.
Contact if interested
He has written a number of works for guitar: including pieces for solo guitar, guitar duo, several guitar quartets, a number of songs for voice and guitar and several pieces for flute and guitar.
Composer of music for classical guitar as well as many other instruments, Kevin is the recipient of the 2011 Delaware Division of the Arts Fellowship for music composition. He is also an active performer and teacher in the Delaware area. His music can be previewed and purchased at: www.kevinjcope.com
(Both mp3’s and sheet music available)