Sunday, January 16 from 2:00 – 4:00pm EST

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: One-time workshop on Sunday, January 16 from 2:00 – 4:00pm EST
  • 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: Rodney Stucky” title_tag=”h3″][vc_column_text]

Rodney Stucky is head of classical guitar studies in the Preparatory Department of the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati (CCM) and a co-director of the Early Music Lab in CCM’s collegiate division. He received his Master of Music degree at Southern Methodist University and studied further at the Peabody Conservatory. He performed throughout the United States, Central America, and South America as classical guitarist, baroque guitarist, lutenist and vihuelist and is married to the mezzo-soprano Mary Henderson Stucky, Professor Emerita in Voice at CCM. Since 1990 they have presented recitals throughout the mid west as well as at the Ecole Normale de Musique and the Conservatoire Supérieure in Paris, France. They have commissioned and inspired new works for voice and guitar and can be heard on the Fleur de Son label. Mr. Stucky is the arranger of Four Spirituals for voice and guitar published by Les Productions d’OZ and has also been a pioneer in guitar education for young children, authoring Guitar for the Young Bk. 1 & 2 also published by d’OZ.

He is an active performer on historical instruments of music of the Renaissance and Baroque. He has been a member of the early music groups, Apollo’s Cabinet, Shakespeare’s Band, and Mano e Arco. He has lectured on the history of the lute and lute song repertoire at Shandong University in Jinan, China and performed with Alte Musik Seoul, in Seoul, South Korea.