Do you want to learn to play songs and compositions independently, by ear? Do you want to become a better improviser? Having trouble reading standard notation on the guitar? Do you want to get to know the fretboard better?
Join BMS guitar instructor Jussi Reijonen (M.M.) and learn to better understand the music that you hear, to play the music you see written down, and to create musical ideas of your own in this course covering intervals, major and minor scales, chord cadences and chord progressions, and discover the logic of music on the fretboard.
|Wednesday (Level 1)||3:30pm||1/31/2018||$370|
|Tuesday (Level 2)||5:30pm||1/30/2018||$370|
Open enrollment for Spring semester begins on January 9. Practical Theory for Guitarists Classes have two semesters:
Students registered for classes in Fall Term are automatically reenrolled in Spring Term.
More info available at Academic CalendarsAcademic Calendars
Music Theory classes are recommended for all students beginning and continuing in private lessons. Theory classes closely investigate the inner workings of music as a language, helping students to reinforce essential musical skills and concepts such as note and rhythm reading, intervals, scales, harmony, and ear training.