David Kelly and Kieran Gunter two players chosen by EGTA to be part of the young players scheme are playing at Upperthong village hall on Sunday 29th May as part of a concert organised by Peter Batchelar showcasing players from Leeds College of Music. The concert is at 3.30pm at Upperthong Village Hall, Wickens Lane, More Info »
Scott Tennant. Pumping Nylon second edition. Published by Alfred There cannot be many serious teachers without a well thumbed copy of the first edition of Scott Tennant’s “Pumping Nylon.” With its clearly articulated thoughts on nail shape, planting, problem solving, synchronisation and so on, it provided in one book one of the most thorough explorations More Info »
http://www.sycamoreseries.co.uk/page13/page13.htmls John and Petula Compton have a well organised website. A wealth of ensemble music is carefully graded, beginner intermediate and advanced. For any teacher with a music centre ensemble there is a piece for every level and every occasion. Highlights include Burgundy Waltz for beginners, a lovely lilting melody with good differentiation of parts. More Info »
The website has a reviews page which is now up and running with a review of Groeger studies by Colin Tommis. There is also a website review page with a review of John and Petula Comptons’ Sycamore Series website.
Progressive Etudes 1 Groeger, Bertrand (Composer) 20 Little Pieces for Classical Guitar guitar Order No.: ED 22429 13.00 € incl. VAT and plus delivery Bertrand Gröger, Progressive Etudes 1 for guitar. Schott ED 22429 Bertarnd says in his foreword, “the chief aim with these little compositions is to draw lovely sounds from the guitar by More Info »
There is a vacancy for a guitar teacher in Suffolk. For more details contact the Suffolk music hub, http://www.suffolkmusichub.co.uk/news/suffolk-county-music-service-job-vacancies/
There is now a teaching resources category in the library. EGTA members can send any resources they want to share to me, vice chair, Rebecca Crosby. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to your contributions.