Taught by Annie Savage using the Wernick Method*
Sundays, Jan 7-Feb 11 (ex. 2/4) 1-5PM
North Liberty, IA
Annie's students say:
"Annie has patience, intelligence, talent and most importantly a passion for teaching music. Young or old are in great hands with her care for helping others. (Steve Kaufman, Kaufman Kamp)"
"Annie is fun and full of energy. It was a very positive experience."
"Annie is a very patient and attentive teacher. She knows a lot but doesn't overwhelm you."
"Annie is fantastic and we really appreciate her commitment, talent, and joy of teaching!"
"She taught a difficult subject to many levels, with love, enthusiasm, patience, passion, and humor."
"Annie is an excellent music teacher and delivers in a clear, concise and very understandable way. She has wonderful ability to put students at ease and make them believe in themselves and feel that they can learn."
"Annie exudes positive energy and has a boundless belief in her students, which is quite contagious."
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$50 payment holds your spot! ($100 due at first class)
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50% of payment refunded if you cancel more than one month in advance.
- All bluegrass instruments welcome
- No jamming experience necessary
- You will be jamming the first class!
- Friendly, encouraging, knowledgeable teaching.
- Mistakes allowed!
- Singing not required, but encouraged and taught.
- Easy 2- and 3-chord songs, slow speeds.
- Soloing not required! "Faking" solos taught.
Do you qualify? It's easier than you may think!
If you play guitar, mandolin, banjo, fiddle, bass, or dobro... you can be part of a bluegrass jam.
- You must be able to tune your instrument (electronic tuning devices welcome) and
- change smoothly between G, C, D, and A. (Fiddles and basses need to know which notes work with which chords)