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Guitar Workshops in Huntly

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Starting on Tuesday 13th October 2009 there will be weekly guitar workshops at the Cooper Park Pavilion in Huntly, Aberdeenshire.

The workshops will start at 6.30 pm and finish at 8pm every Tuesday.

You will just need to bring your own instrument, acoustic or electric.

The workshop leader has plenty of experience and wants to help musicians to develop their skills by playing with other guitarists.

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Tuesday evening guitar workshops at the Cooper Park Pavilion in Huntly.

The start date for the guitar workshops has been changed to Tuesday 20th October.

Apologies for that. It was an oversight. The tutor will be in London on the week we were going to start.

Roy

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How to Find Us

The Workshops are at the Cooper Park Pavilion in Huntly.

The Cooper Park Pavilion is near Huntly Castle, just before the castle on the right hand side coming from the town.

The Cooper Park Pavilion has its own car park.

We will most likely be using the door at the far end from the car park.

The postcode is AB54 4SH

If you put this post code into Google you will get a map of the area.

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second workshop news

Our second workshop last night went very well. There was a good atmosphere and we had eleven participants. More experienced guitarists are also welcome to come and play along.

There will be two more free workshops at the Cooper Park Pavilion.

Tuesday 3rd November and Tuesday 10th November.

Both from 6:30 to 8pm.

Then we will have to decide if we want to continue as a community project.

We had a visit from an old friend of mine, Dave White, who is a drummer and drum tutor.

This is the link for his web site -

http://www.myspace.com/davewhitemusic

Dave suggested we start a "Rock School" project. This would mean we have tutors for Guitar, Bass, Drums and Keyboard, all working separately on the same song. Then we get together and play as bands.

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