November: Paul Henry

Sunday, November 7 from 2:00 – 4:00pm

As a Master Class participant, each student has the opportunity to present a piece and learn from our instructor’s expert coaching and advice. Remember to tune your guitar and warm up beforehand, and to attend the Master Class in a well-lit space (light source in front or to the side, not behind you) with a straight-back, armless chair and a music stand (or a second chair) for your music, as well as a WiFi-connected device.

  • Session: Sunday, November 7 from 2:00 – 4:00pm
  • Cost: Free; suggested donation $20
  • What to bring to master class: 
    • Your guitar (please tune and warm-up beforehand).
    • A classical guitar piece you are currently working on.
    • Detailed questions for the instructor.
    • Your open, “beginner mind”.

How to Register: enter your donation amount in the box below, then click “Donate”

About the Instructor: Paul Henry

In a series of masterclasses at the University of Southern California, Henry was a student of Andres Segovia. Segovia praised Henry for his “finesse and great sense of musicality with his instrument.” Henry’s recent projects include a recording and music publication of his own arrangements of music by the Spanish masters, ranging from the Renaissance to modern day composers. In the summer of 2007, Henry released “Echoes of Spain” featuring Spanish solos and duets performed with guitarist Arturo Guzman. He also has several other performers editions published by Hal Leonard.

As an instructor Paul Henry has been teaching guitar since the age of 15. Many of his students have gone on to become professional teachers and performers in all styles of guitar performance. 

He has numerous publications and recordings to his credit including a best-selling method book for classical guitar Classical Guitar Method: A Beginner’s Guide. 

Henry has received high acclaim for his performances across the United States. Recently, he was featured in Guitar One Magazine as one of the top 10 guitarists in the U.S.

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