The Grosse Pointe Music Academy is now offering Guitar Ensemble classes for people of all ages, and they are very excited about it! The class will be taught by Levi Henson, who is a Jazz Studies major at Wayne State University in Detroit and also plays guitar for the Rhythm Society Orchestra. He has been a member of the Albion College Guitar Ensemble and the WSU Jazz Guitar Ensemble 1, and he understands the value of playing music in a group.
Children who play the guitar often don’t have the same opportunities as those who play orchestral instruments in most schools. It’s important for students to learn how to read music and perform in a group setting, as it’s a crucial part of their music education. The Guitar Ensemble classes will allow students of any age or skill level to learn how to read music and use the tools necessary to perform different styles of music, in a practical and enjoyable way.
One of the unique benefits of the Guitar Ensemble is the opportunity to be around other musicians who are working on similar things every week. This creates an encouraging and productive atmosphere that can help students maintain a healthy outlook on their musical development. The Guitar Ensemble is a great addition to private lessons and is highly recommended. If you’re interested, you can click “Register” or “Enroll” to see the most current time offerings for this class at the Grosse Pointe Music Academy.