Date(s) - 15/08/2018
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Mint Music Yonge & Dundas
Are you interested in becoming a better musician? Improving your soloing? Becoming musically more “literate”? If you answered ‘yes’, this course is for you!
A working knowledge of the fundamentals of music will help you improve your overall musicianship in any situation.
You will learn how to:
– Master common chord progressions
– Notate melodies and rhythms
– Understand keys and transposition
– Learn how to recognize musical intervals and chord types by ear
– Improve soloing choices through understanding scale/chord relationships
– Improve your time and groove in various musical styles
Come join us for the stimulating and informative course! Gain confidence and open up your musical choices.
Ability to play an instrument (guitar, keyboard etc.) or sing is helpful. Every participant will have access to guitars (both electric and acoustic), ukuleles, a drum kit and a piano that is in the room where the class is held. Working knowledge of the keyboard or guitar and the ability to play basic chords is recommended. If you own a guitar if it is recommended that you bring your guitar to class. If it is an electric lets us know in advance so we can provide everyone with an amp. Class size is limited to 6 people and spots are filled when prepayment is received in full. Payment details are below.
Instructor: Daniel Ramjattan
Daniel Ramjattan’s Bio
Daniel Ramjattan started performing on the guitar at ten years old in Stratford, Ontario. After studying with Dave Santandrea for several years, he began studies with Wilma Van Berkel. Since then, his playing has become increasingly distinguished in Canada. Most recently, Daniel placed second in the 2016 FCMF National Music Competition, held in Edmonton, Alberta. In the past, he received the second place prize in the National level of the Canadian Music Competition and First Prize in the Concours de Guitare Outaouais-Gatineau.
Daniel holds a Master’s degree and a Bachelor of Music Degree in classical guitar performance from the University of Ottawa. He also studied with world-renowned pedagogue Bruce Holzman in Tallahassee, Florida for a semester in Fall 2014. Daniel will be pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree at the University of Toronto with Dr. Jeffrey McFadden in Fall 2017.
Class 1: Wednesday, July 4th 7:30-8:30 PM
Class 2: Wednesday, July 11th 7:30-8:30 PM
Class 3: Wednesday, July 18th 7:30-8:30 PM
Class 4: Wednesday, July 25th 7:30-8:30 PM
Class 5: Wednesday, August 1st, 7:30-8:30 PM
Class 6: Wednesday, August 8th, 7:30-8:30 PM
Class 7: Wednesday, August 15th, 7:30-8:30 PM
Class 8: Wednesday, August 22nd, 7:30-8:30 PM
Class 9: Wednesday, August 29th, 7:30-8:30 PM
Class 10: Wednesday, September 5th, 7:30-8:30 PM
Pre-pay for this guitar course before April 10th and SAVE Over $107.50!*
You will Receive:
• $50 off the regular course cost of $250
• 50% discount on 1-hour private music lessons (Savings of $37.50)**
• AND one FREE additional guitar class**
Bonus: Those enrolled in our guitar courses ALWAYS receive the discounted rate on all of our classes and courses.
* This offer may not be combined with any other special offers or discounts
** Must be redeemed before the end of the course.
Payments can be made using email transfer by sending payment to the Toronto Guitar School’s official email address email@example.com Please contact the school directly through email or phone (416-707-1077) before making payment for further instructions.
Payments can also be made in person at the Toronto Guitar School’s Yonge and Dundas location (116 Bond Street) by appointment only. Cheque or cash are the accepted methods of payment at this location.
Payment must be received 24 hours prior to the start of the class to receive the discounted price otherwise the regular course rate of $250 applies. If you would like to join the class as a drop-in student the fee is $25 per class. Drop-ins will not be allowed past the 3rd class. Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 416-707-1077 if you have any further questions.