Classical Guitar Cornwall.
Selina’s Guitar studio here in Penryn, Cornwall is accepting guitar students for in person lessons and online via Zoom. If you are looking to start learning the guitar or to advance your abilities and repertoire please call and talk about the possibilities.
Online guitar lessons allow you to join us from any part of the country or even any part of the World, send an email and we can talk about your needs.
SGO – “Stafford Guitar Online” is our online meeting place where for £10 per month membership you have the opportunity to attend classes looking at improving technique, researching new pieces, performance issues as well as a monthly meeting enjoying playing and listening to others perform their latest pieces.
New dates and topics posted to SGO’s calendar, click the link below to find out more.
Autumn has arrived with its shorter daylight days offering plenty of time to lock yourself into a warm room with your guitar and research that new repertoire.
Re-invigorate your excitement of playing the guitar by looking forward to joining us in 2023 on one of our weekend guitar courses at Billesley Manor.
Visit our Guitar Course page for details of 2023 Billesley Manor guitar courses.
Guitar Course Dates for 2023
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Spring and Autumn 2023 two exciting dates to look forward to where you can immerse yourself into a weekend full of Classical Guitar. Our guitar courses, held at Billesley Manor, deliver high levels of instruction in relaxed, comfortable and enjoyable surroundings.
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Adrian and I are passionate about teaching the Classical Guitar, about passing on all the things that we have learnt over the years.
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You can look through our ‘Problem Solve’ for more general FAQs or browse ‘Ask Selina’ for answers to all of your musical questions.
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Following on from my last blog, “My Vote for Practice 2”, this the 3rd installment looking at the Secret Art of Relaxation.