4 lesson pack. Anthology of American Folk Music Vol. 4 - A 4 Week Class with Isto
Wednesdays at 8pm
November 30th, December 7th, 14th, 21st, Make up week: January 4th

In this class, we'll learn songs from Volume 4 of Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music (the follow-up to the original anthology that was planned by Harry Smith in 1952 but not released until 2000), including songs recorded between 1927 and 1940 by such artists as The Carter Family, The Memphis Jug Band, Lead Belly, The Monroe Brothers, and other greats. Open to guitarists who know the basic chords. We'll encounter other material along the way, but if you're comfortable with the following chords, you'll be fine: C, D, G, A, E, F, Am, Em, Dm, B7, E7, A7, D7, G7. Ukuleles, Mandolins and other strumming instruments are welcome to join and learn the songs, but there will be supplemental material handed out that is specific to the guitar. Bring your singing voices!
Guitar Styles of The Beatles - A 4 Week Class with Ernie Vega
Wednesdays at 7pm
November 30th, December 7th, 14th, 21st, Make up week: January 4th

Want to learn the basic guitar styles used to create some of the most influential popular music of the 20th century? The guitar styles of the Beatles, a 4 week course, will teach you how to strum and pick along to songs from the early Beatles catalog including Yesterday, You've Got to Hide Your Love Away and more. Open chords, Barre chords and strumming patterns will be the focal points for getting you playing along with your favorite tunes. A basic facility with open chords and some barre chords is required for the class.
The Songs of Christmas - A 4 Week Class with Isto
Wednesdays at 7pm
November 30th, December 7th, 14th, 21st, Make up week: January 4th
For Guitars, Ukuleles, and Other Strumming Instruments

A 4-week session for guitar, ukulele, mandolin and other strumming instruments. We will play through basic chord arrangements of classic Christmas songs, and sing them together. Students should be comfortable with the basic chords on their instruments (We'll encounter some other chords, but If you know E, A, D, G, C, F, Em, Am, and Dm you should be fine). Songs will be played in easy guitar keys (G, C, D, etc.).