- Next Meeting: Sunday, Nov. 18th, 2018
- Location: 216 S Grant Ave, Denver 80209
- Time: 4 to 6 pm
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How We Work…
We are growing a city-wide orchestra with guitarists who understand teamwork and don’t fear sheet music or tablature. It’s fun and you’ll improve your skills at a much faster pace than working alone. We know two things all accomplished players do … they practice (some more than others) and they show up to rehearsal. If you’re willing to do those two things, you should get in touch with us no matter your current skill level.
Our Mission: To support guitarists of all ages and skill levels willing to practice, rehearse, and work as a team in a community orchestra education program.
Are you eligible to join? Heck yes! We think it’s wise for you to acquire a Denver Guitar Orchestra Level 2 Certification prior to beginning ensemble work, but feel free to stop by anytime to see if what we’re doing makes sense for you.
Email us today and we’ll get you the materials you need to get started: firstname.lastname@example.org If you are studying with a guitar teacher, ask them to contact us so we can give them the certification materials and you can prepare with them.
Who should probably NOT look into joining us: If you want nothing to do with sheet music, or if you think you’re the best, or if you only want to play one type of song or from one type of genre then you probably have better options in Denver and we encourage you to seek those alternatives out.
You can call or text 303-984-0777 and we’ll get you up and running.
Typical Rehearsal Schedule
- Feel free to bring a snack or beverage
- We usually meet for a couple of hours
- $10 participation fee
- Solos: Optional thank goodness!
- Etudes: We spend a few minutes on technique
- Level 3 Book: Public Domain Songs
- Level 4 Book: Songs Worth Mastering
- Level 5 & 6: Multi-Part Arrangements