Interested in starting a guitar class or program in your school but don’t know where to begin? This session will provide you with tools and techniques to organize and develop a classroom guitar program. Dr. Julie Goldberg will discuss repertoire, equipment, organization and teaching activities to get you on your way. Exercise examples, repertoire and bibliography will be provided. No previous guitar playing experience required.
Date: June 29-30, 2017 – 9:00 am to 4:30 pm each day
Location: Wisconsin Center for Music Education
Named Guitarist of the year by Classical Guitar Alive, internationally-broadcast radio program, Dr. Julie Goldberg is the first guitarist to receive a doctorate in music performance from Northwestern University, and also holds degrees from the Chicago Musical College of Roosevelt University and College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. Assistant Professor of Guitar at VanderCook College of Music, and North Park University since 1997, Dr. Goldberg directs the Chicago Community Classical Guitar Ensemble, teaches guitar class in the Chicago Public Schools through the New Young Guitarists Program and performs regularly as a soloist, chamber musician, and with the Avanti Guitar Trio throughout the U.S. She is a frequent clinician and adjudicator of guitar contests and competitions.
- Pre-registration (register by 6/23/17) includes cost of textbook
- Member* $140
- Non-Member $155
- Undergraduate $25
Graduate Credit Information
Participants who attend this workshop have the opportunity to earn one graduate credit for an additional fee of $220. This is a separate registration and fee from the workshop registration. Please download a copy of the Viterbo registration form and mail it with a check for $220 (payable to Viterbo University) to:
Wisconsin Center for Music Education
1005 Quinn Drive
Waunakee, WI 53597
- View the course syllabus (pdf)
- Viterbo Registration Form (pdf)
- Visit the Graduate Credit Information page for more details and to sign-up for credit.
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800-589-9762, 608-850-3566 (Madison area)