I was lucky enough to learn to play music sitting next to my friends as each of us struggled to make sounds that resembled what we heard on our favorite recordings. Through the process we encouraged each other, competed with each other, made fun of each other, and ultimately LEARNED TO PLAY MUSIC TOGETHER” – Dave Brumbaugh
2. Put the fun back into learning by making it a group activity.
3. Give you more of a reason to practice.
4. Gives you and the other students involved, the experience and understanding of how to play music with others.
Like our classes, our workshops run for 16 weeks and start in September, January, and May. The workshops are graded and your playing ability will determine which workshops you are eligible to take.