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Guitar & Bass Workshop

August 5th, 2017  |  9:00am - 5:00pm
Mary Pappert School of Music

Registration $60 

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Event Schedule


Godin Giveaway

Each participant will have a chance to win a Godin 5th Avenue SG!  
*actual guitar featured above.

In addition, participants will receive free sheet music provided by Hal-Leonard!

Guitar Bass Sponsors


Joe Negri Masterclass


City Music Center of Duquesne University's Guitar and Bass Workshop provides a positive, encouraging, and non-competitive learning environment through collaboration and high quality musical content. Since 1986, this workshop has offered focused studies and has inspired musicians of all ages, professional and non-professional, by offering a wide selection of coaching styles for the guitarist and bassist. In the past twenty-four years we have created alliances with guitar manufacturers and organizations, which have provided a one-of-a-kind workshop experience that assists students in gaining a lifelong interest in guitar and participation in music.

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Registration $60 (Registration deadline is August 1, 2017)


Join us for an exciting one-day event! Everything guitar and bass, all styles, all ages!

Participating DU faculty: Bill Purse, Mark Koch, Tom Kikta, Ken Karsh, Brian Stahurski, Jeff Mangone, and Ben Meyer.

Bill Purse


Mark Koch


Tom Kikta


Ken Karsh


Jeff Mangone


Testimonials:

"Duquesne's Guitar Workshop offers an unparalleled experience for musicians of all levels. The opportunity to learn, grow and thrive in this environment is only matched by the enviable opportunity to pick the brains of some today's finest musical minds."
        ~ Wolf Marshall

"The Duquesne University Guitar and Bass Workshop is one of today's important contributors to guitar education; the dedication and expertise of the faculty is outstanding. As always, I look forward to teaching and sharing the music with dedicated guitar enthusiasts."
        ~ Henry Johnson

"Duquesne University has been a pioneer in bringing music technology into the classroom, and it also boasts one of the top five guitar and electric bass programs in the nation. It's a birthplace for the future leaders of the music world."
        ~ Bill Schultz, late President and CEO, Fender Musical Instruments | Duquesne University alumnus

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