Yes you can! If you’re a full time undergraduate, graduate or professional student studying in a music school, they’re typically able to send a letter to the institution informing you of a full time student (non student) audition scheduled for the time frame you specify and for a term of two years (or longer). For more information, see our article on student auditions from the student section. To find out if there is a musician teaching in your area or see if they’re interested in joining a class at your institution call us at: 1-877-334-7272 or go to http://www.auditions.com
Can I play the guitar?
No. We offer lessons in the range of violin, guitar, bass, drums, vocals and drums, and some of the same instruments, piano, and voice. Please see the FAQs for the full list. You can learn more on an audition at our website.
Can I learn the guitar in a concert hall?
We do not offer guitar classes (or lessons) at the moment. However, we have found many people love to learn guitar in a music hall because it allows for free-form improvisation which allows it to be much more spontaneous and interactive than a classroom setting. Additionally, it’s fun for all parties involved. If you have any questions or want to know about Guitar Lesson, send us an email.
How do I join a guitar class?
You can find a Guitar Lesson instructor at any time in our local area by clicking on the link located under the Student/Community section in our website. If you’re in another community, email us for help.
Can I learn in the local area?
No, there are only a limited number of volunteer guitar teachers throughout the country. We have found that you’ll get an even better teaching experience learning on the spot at the school. But we appreciate any help.
Can I learn the guitar in one of the many online guitar classes on the Internet?
The short answer is that there isn’t. If you need to learn the guitar from an online instructor, there are a few options. For instance, to find a Guitar Music teacher in your area, you can: Contact our parent organization (Music Academy International), the Musicians’ Teacher’s Association (MTA), or the American Federation of Teachers for a list of our student teachers. You can also post your interest on YouTube, or just go to YouTube and search
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