Learn to Play Guitar or Piano in One Day

Press Release

Posted January 30, 2014

LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR OR PIANO IN ONE DAY WITH CLASSES FROM LCCC CONTINUING EDUCATION

Learn to play guitar or piano in one class, offered by Lorain County Community College Continuing Education.

“Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy People” will be offered from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Saturday, Saturday, February 8 at LCCC.

Mike Edwards will teach the nationally renowned "How to Play Piano in Three Hours" workshop. Students will learn how to use chords instead of traditional note-by-note music reading.  They'll learn to use sheet music in an entirely new way that is extremely simple, and they'll discover many of the magical shortcuts that the pros use to enhance their playing.

“Just ONCE Guitar for Busy People” will be offered from 1-3:30 p.m., Saturday, February 8 at LCCC. Be sure to bring your acoustic guitar.

Edwards will teach the popular class, which covers the basics about playing chords on the guitar so that you can start having fun right away playing your favorite songs.

For more information, the cost of the classes or to register, call the LCCC Continuing Education at 440-366-4032.

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