The spring semester of music lessons at the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum kicks off Saturday with in-person classes. This semester, Bluegrass Band classes will be offered in tiers of beginner, intermediate and advanced.
Classes are every other Saturday from April 3-June 26.
These classes are designed for the person who knows a few chords but wants to sharpen their skills and go to the next level of playing with others.
“The band classes are really fun for everyone,” said Education Director Randy Lanham. “Students get to play with other musicians and instruments while learning new songs and techniques. With three levels to choose from, every level of musician should find their comfort zone with the band classes.”
In the week leading up to each class, students will receive all chords and tablature electronically in order to practice the upcoming lesson. Classes are open to students of string-style instruments like guitar, mandolin, banjo, and fiddle.
The goal of the classes is to instill confidence to play with others while advancing the player’s skill level.
The fee to register is $75 per person and covers the entire semester. Registration is available online at bluegrasshall.org or by calling 270-926-7891 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.
Class space is limited, and social distancing will be enforced. Masks will also be required.
For more information, email Lanham at email@example.com.