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La Guitarra

Instructor: Chris Gotzen-Berg
Music
The Legato Foundation
Grades K-12

Description: Students will have the unique experience of learning about the history of culture of Spanish-speaking countries through classical guitar music. Music includes flamenco, tango, bossa nova, and more. Perfect for Spanish courses and South American History units.

Students will receive vocabulary sheets, educators will receive sample test materials.

Fees: Fees vary according to size and grade level of group

Please contact the Legato Foundation for more information info@legatofoundation.org





History of the Guitar

Instructor: Chris Gotzen-Berg
Music
The Legato Foundation
Grades K-12

Description: The Guitar is the most popular instrument throughout the world, but most people do not realize just how old it is or understand how far back in history music was being composed for the guitar. Students will have the opportunity to see various types of guitars including a Lute, Baroque Guitar, traditional classical guitar, and an electric guitar, as well as listen to music performed on each instrument.

Fees: Fees vary according to size and grade level of group

Please contact the Legato Foundation for more information info@legatofoundation.org






Instructor: Chris Gotzen-Berg
Music
The Legato Foundation
Grades K-12

Start Date: September 17th (class meets weekly)
Location: Freeport Memorial Library
144 W Merrick Road
Freeport, NY 11520

Description: The Long Island Guitar Project is designed to introduce the guitar into a music curriculum either as a unit or as an academic year program.
Students will receive group instruction on the guitar, including music reading, improvisation, song-writing, and more.

Additional Notes:

  • There is a maximum of 10 students per class group.
  • Students are responsible for obtaining a guitar for the program.
  • The Legato Foundation will provide printed materials.

    Fees: Fees vary, according to size and grade level of group

    Please contact Albert Tablante for more information - atablante@freeportlibrary.info